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How Terrestrial Broadband is Forever Changing Telecommunications in the Arctic

How Terrestrial Broadband is Forever Changing Telecommunications in the Arctic

On Thanksgiving Day in 1982, GCI carried its first long distance call. This was just the start of the thirty-year journey to bring advanced telecommunication services to all of Alaska—both urban and rural. And this journey continues as the technology environment—in Alaska and around the world—rapidly changes.

Online service improves public access to petroleum and natural gas data

J.D. Power Wireless Quality Survey includes 2 carriers serving Alaska

Arctic Information Technology Recognized as Champion by Info-Tech Research Group for Tribal Enrollment and Membership Management Systems & Financial Management Solutions

SMPS ALASKA CHAPTER WEBINAR 10 Steps to Launching an Award-Winning Communications Program Hosted by Kathy Day

AT&T 4G LTE Mobile Broadband Coming to Fairbanks this Year

GCI Industrial Telecom Safety Milestone 2 Million Hours

Perks of Smartphone and Tablet Combine With Samsung Galaxy Mega, Available At AT&T Aug. 23

GCI commends task force dedication to Alaska’s broadband future

The GCI Store to open in Dimond Center

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