Intelsat/PanAmSat Deal

* Merger creates world’s largest commercial fixed satellite services provider, bringing the new Intelsat closer, by far, to meeting customer needs with unrivaled satellite and terrestrial resources and expanded delivery of value-added services.

Intelsat, Ltd. today announced the completion of its merger with PanAmSat Holding Corporation. With the addition of PanAmSat’s video market expertise, advanced satellite fleet and blue-chip media customer base to Intelsat’s portfolio, the new Intelsat is now the largest provider of fixed satellite services (FSS) worldwide to each of the media, network services/telecom and government customer sectors.

Intelsat acquired all of the outstanding common shares of PanAmSat for approximately $3.2 billion. Pursuant to the merger, each outstanding share of common stock of PanAmSat was converted into the right to receive $25.00, plus $0.00927 as the pro rata quarterly dividend, per share in cash without interest. In addition and as a result of the merger, PanAmSat is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intelsat, and the common stock of PanAmSat has been delisted from the New York Stock Exchange. The total value of the transaction, including PanAmSat debt that was refinanced or remained outstanding, is approximately $6.4 billion. For the twelve-month period ending March 31, 2006, pro forma revenues for the combined company total more than $2.0 billion and adjusted EBITDA for Intelsat (Bermuda), Ltd. on a pro forma combined basis was $1.6 billion. At March 31, 2006, pro forma combined revenue backlog, which is based on long-term customer commitments of up to 15 years, was approximately $8.3 billion.

Operational Strength
Using optimized capacity on a combined fleet of 51 satellites and a large, complementary terrestrial infrastructure including eight owned teleports, fiber connectivity and over 50 points of presence in almost 40 cities, the new Intelsat:

o Carries one out of every four television channels transmitted over fixed

o Supports 27 DTH platforms worldwide;

o Operates 16 satellites that are part of video neighborhoods around the

o Is the number one provider of transponders for video programming

o Carries more high definition (HD) programming than any other FSS carrier;
o Is the largest provider of commercial satellite services to the government

o Is the leading provider of services to enterprise, Internet and mobile
network operators; and

o Provides communications services to 99 percent of the world’s populated

“The combined assets of our company provide the highest level of service and network reliability to existing customers, while opening doors to new business opportunities in key communications growth markets such as HD, IPTV and applications resulting from the convergence of video, voice, data and mobility,” said David McGlade, Chief Executive Officer of Intelsat. “This merger creates a strong, next-generation, global communications leader with an unrivaled ability to provide the competitive and sophisticated services consumers and businesses need by leveraging unparalleled satellite, terrestrial and technical expertise.” McGlade added, “We have chosen the corporate theme ‘Closer, by Far’ to articulate our vision for the new Intelsat and its relationship with its customers. It is our mission to bring customers closer to achieving their business potential and closer to the people and businesses they serve.”

Integration Process Underway
The integration process already underway will ensure a smooth and seamless transition for Intelsat’s customers. Intelsat intends to adopt a “one company” operating philosophy and expects to fully integrate PanAmSat’s assets and operations. Since the merger was announced in August 2005, the companies have conducted disciplined integration planning in order to drive the benefits of greater scale and complementary service offerings to customers and to deliver strong operational synergies to the company’s stakeholders. By making key functional and systems decisions ahead of time, Intelsat is positioned for an accelerated start now that the transaction has closed.

David McGlade will continue to serve as Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Intelsat, Ltd. The executive team of the company also includes James Frownfelter, formerly the President and COO of PanAmSat, as Chief Operating Officer, Phillip Spector, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, and Jeffrey Freimark, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Joseph Wright, formerly Chief Executive Officer of PanAmSat, has been appointed Chairman of the Board.

Intelsat Announces Expiration of PanAmSat Tender Offer
Intelsat, Ltd. also announced today that PanAmSat announced that it has completed its previously announced offer to purchase and consent solicitation with respect to its 10⅜% senior discount notes due 2014. The offer to purchase expired at 9:00 a.m. New York City time, on July 3, 2006. As of 9:00 a.m. New York City time, on July 3, 2006, PanAmSat had accepted for tender $414.53 million in aggregate principal amount at maturity of the discount notes, representing 99.65% of the outstanding principal amount at maturity of the discount notes. PanAmSat has accepted for payment all the discount notes va****y tendered on or prior to July 3, 2006.

Intelsat will continue to be domiciled in Pembroke, Bermuda and maintain its U.S. headquarters in Washington, D.C.

About the New Intelsat
Intelsat is the largest provider of fixed satellite services (FSS) worldwide and is the leading provider of these services to each of the media, network services/telecom and government customer sectors, enabling people and businesses everywhere constant access to information and entertainment. Intelsat offers customers a greater business potential by providing them access to unrivaled resources with ease of business and peace of mind. Our services are utilized by an extensive customer base, including some of the world’s leading media and communications companies, multinational corporations, Internet service providers and government/military organizations. Real-time, constant communication with people anywhere in the world is closer, by far.