EchoStar’s Hughes satellite broadband has 35% EBITDA margin; EchoStar loses Brazil S-, Ka- rights

by Peter B. de Selding

LONDON — EchoStar Corp’s Hughes satellite consumer broadband division reported increased revenue and gross profit for the three months ending Sept. 30 and maintained its estimate that The U.S. market has 18 million householders that should adopt satellite broadband on is merits.

With Hughes and its competitor, ViaSat Inc., together serving a bit less than 2 million subscribers now, that leaves an untapped market of 16 million in regions where cable and fiber don’t reach, and where DSL is no longer competitive.

One of the surprises of . . .

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