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Telesat needs proceeds from 3800 MHz to compete: CEO

News | 03/11/2021 6:11 pm EST
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If Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada doesn’t approve Telesat Holdings Inc.‘s proposal to auction off spectrum it holds in the 3700-3900 MHz band, the company won’t be able to compete with its competitors in the United States, the company’s CEO told the House of Commons Industry committee Thursday. 

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