Inmarsat reports non-payment by LightSquared under Cooperation Agreement

1 October 2014 – Inmarsat today announces that a payment due from LightSquared under the terms of the Cooperation Agreement between the two companies has not been received. As a result Inmarsat has issued a notice of default to LightSquared in accordance with the terms of the agreement.

On 30 September 2014, a quarterly Phase 2 payment of US$12.5 million and a related payment of US$5.0 million became due, resulting in an aggregate amount due from LightSquared of US$17.5 million. This payment has not been received.

On 1 October 2014 Inmarsat issued a notice of default to LightSquared under the Cooperation Agreement. This notice triggers a period of 60 calendar days during which LightSquared can remedy the payment before Inmarsat is entitled to enforce its rights and remedies under the agreement for payment default, including pre-agreed spectrum arrangements and termination of certain LightSquared rights under the Cooperation Agreement.

The revenue generation of Inmarsat’s group business remains unaffected by today’s announcement.

For further information

David Boyd
Tel: +44 (0)20 7728 1518
David.boyd@inmarsat.com

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