Starlink has already launched 200 low orbit satellites and is poised to begin limited operation this coming summer. The long term plan is to provide hundreds around the globe allowing everyone to have internet access. The recoverable rockets have already proven themselves ready for the task and within two years the cell-free towers will be a footnote and competition will be on a level playing field. The cost of service is not yet certain but I have heard that a tentative cost would be around $80 to $100 a month.
But rather than getting into what that many satellites at low orbit will mean or "space junk" concerns I would recommend that you peruse the many articles on Starlink available and judge for yourselves if my trend prediction is realistic. I am looking forward to a much better condition for the many people who have to depend of companies like Comcast and others providing limited service and poor quality.