Not sure what "correct" you are asking about? Every satellite has 24 frequencies in the Ku-Band, but Hughes leases only a fraction of them. They used to have about a dozen on 89, but I think it is down to four or five now.
Every Hughes customer is assigned one, and only one, transponder frequency. That one is correct for them, but not necessarily for someone else.
On edit: When I said 24 I was talking about the "main" frequencies, available when a company leases an entire transponder. Those will have symbol rates of 30 or 33 usually. When a company leases less than a full transponder it will be something like 1142 or other off-number, with a symbol rate less than 30. They can chop them up real fine if someone only wants to lease 3-5MHz of spectrum.