Check out this article from WSJ this morning. Hmm...I know someone that may have spectrum available. Could be a bidding war.
Even if T-Mobile does not lease Gsat spectrum, the point is all the major carriers are scrambling for Spectrum and I think 2014 you will see a new metric in what is being paid which makes GSAT asset value that much greater.
GSAT needs to get final approval from the FCC for the terrestrial use. When that occurs GSAT will be very popular and deals will happen. Right now TMobile is competing with three national carriers and I expect them to purchase more spectrum. It is more important that deals will be done with Globalstar. The who does the deals is less important unless it's high profile names such as Amazon or Google but otherwise it's the cash generation that will fuel increases in Globalstar's value and bottom line.