SpaceX's Starlink launches internet service for planes

SpaceX plans to expand its satellite-internet service to airplanes.

 SpaceX says it'll allow for video calls and streaming in the skies.

Starlink Aviation will be available next year for $12,500-$25,000 per month.

Speedier in-flight WiFi may finally be on the way.

Speeds, up to 350 megabytes-per-second, to the skies starting in 2023.

It will cost $12,500-$25,000 per month on top of an initial hardware fee of $150,000.

Current in-plane satellite internet isn't nearly as fast as Musk's service aims to be.

In August, T-Mobile and SpaceX announced a deal to bring internet to mobile phones in dead zones across the US.