AT&T, Space Systems Loral object to Dish's Terrestar deal

Both AT&T (NYSE: T) and satellite vendor Space Systems Loral have filed objections to a plan that would allows satellite smartphone service provider Terrestar (OTC: TSTRQ.PK) to emerge from bankruptcy via an acquisition by satellite TV company Dish Network (Nasdaq: DISH). The objections come after no one else appeared interested in acquiring Terrestar.

Dish last month bid more than $1.3 billion for Terrestar, a deal that would result in creditor Space Systems Loral being paid only about $5.6 million of the $43 million it claims to be owed by Terrestar. The Terrestar deal is the latest move in Dish's ongoing spectrum grab.

For more:
- see this Reuters story

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