OneWeb's LEO satellite internet is now available in select places, with expansions planned in the near future. In March 2023, OneWeb launched the 36 satellites that helped it cross the threshold for global coverage.
With a strong enough satellite constellation finally in play, it now offers internet connectivity to remote areas in Canada, Greenland, and soon to British territories in the South Atlantic. It's also currently undergoing two trials to offer internet to the Shetland Lands and Lundy Island as part of the UK government’s Very Hard to Reach Premises Connectivity programme.
Since the British government backs OneWeb, it makes sense that the commonwealth is the internet provider's first focus of connectivity. However, there are plans to expand beyond it to other global area in need; for example, OneWeb and NOW Communications (a firm with telecom investments in the Philippines) have partnered to bring LEO satellite internet to the archipelago this year, 2023. OneWeb will still focus primarily on offering internet to government and military infrastructure it seems, but Neil Mastersson, the CEO of OneWeb, did say he looks forward to offering "transformational connectivity to people, businesses, and government bodies throughout the Philippines."
Generally, the company does not sell satellite internet directly to consumer households; instead, the company is developing partnerships with telcos, broadband providers, and other organizations that sell internet services to people and businesses. That said, as in the example above, consumer availability may be on the table as some point.
USA residents aren't likely to have access to OneWeb, though, as the satellite service focuses primarily on Eurasian areas for the time being.