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Globalstar Canada chops satellite service prices to drive subscriber additions

News | 09/03/2002 4:00 am EDT

Globalstar Canada has taken dead aim at driving subscriber additions north by chopping its satellite phone service prices to as little as 32 cents per minute for high-use packages, which includes long distance. The company credits the ongoing reorganization at its parent company Globalstar LP, which also announced rate decreases last month, as the primary reason for being able to cut rates and prices on handsets.

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