If the following statement is realized, we might have another viable internet option by the end of the year.
"Starlink is targeted to offer service in the Northern U.S. and Canadian latitudes after six launches, rapidly expanding to global coverage of the populated world after an expected 24 launches. SpaceX is targeting two to six Starlink launches by the end of this year."
I've seen nothing about specific states but only about non-specific US and Canadian latitudes.
I know little about what technology the satellites employ other than reports they have a lot of "new" technology that might not work as planned.
Nobody that I know of has a handle on pricing so far, but there is speculation that it will be less than most people are now paying, and that Starlink will contract with existing internet providers to provide their service in the initial offering.