Elon Musk gave his keynote speech through video hyperlink.
Elon Musk claims his Starlink satellite tv for pc-web system ought to be capable to present a connection from wherever besides the poles by August.
He spoke as rival OneWeb secured the funding it must complete its first-generation constellation of 648 satellites.
Starlink prospects join utilizing small satellite tv for pc receivers, dubbed Dishy McFlatFace, priced at $500 (£360).
But Mr Musk stated the terminals price greater than $1,000 (£720).
Appearing remotely at Mobile World Congress, which is being held each bodily in Barcelona and likewise on-line, he stated Starlink “has passed the strategically notable number of 69,420 active users”.
And he hoped to have 500,000 customers inside 12 months.
Astronomers fear about gentle air pollution from low Earth-orbit satellites
The firm had two partnerships with “major country” telecommunications corporations, Mr Musk stated.
And Starlink helped corporations meet their 5G licence situations, which require supplying protection to rural prospects.
Space X has launched about 1,800 satellites into orbit already and hopes to have 12,000 within the sky by 2026.
The mixed solar energy of the satellites generated 5MW of electrical energy, Mr Musk stated.
Starlink started a UK trial of its companies in January, after Ofcom granted it a licence in November.
A Soyuz-2.1b rocket carrying 36 OneWeb satellites
OneWeb, partly UK taxpayer owned, has 218 satellites in low Earth orbit and is because of launch an extra 36 on Thursday.
It is predicted to start providing business web companies quickly, protecting latitudes above 50 levels north.
And this month, OneWeb and BT signed a deal to discover methods to supply broadband web to distant areas of the UK and at sea.
Amazon additionally plans to launch a constellation of low Earth-orbit satellites to supply broadband entry to distant areas, as a part of its Project Kuiper.
Astronomers have raised considerations concerning the gentle air pollution and different interference cased by these constellations of low Earth-orbit satellites.