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GCI Announces Launch of New Business Website

AT&T and Nokia announced today the Nokia Lumia 1020 featuring 41-Megapixel Camera Sensor

Verizon Alaska Adds Cell Sites, Opens Anchorage Office and Business, Government Sales Channels

FCVB Launches AFN-Fairbanks Web and Social Media Platforms

AT&T Deploys a COW (Cellsite on Wheels) to Stuart Creek to Assist Firefighters

AT&T Deploys a COW (Cellsite on Wheels) to Stuart Creek to Assist Firefighters

Alaska Communications Expands Hosted Voice over Internet Service

Alaska Communications to Report Second Quarter 2013 Financial Results August 1

Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Network Initial Buildout Hits 500 Market and 50 State Milestone

Benefits.gov goes mobile

Building Out Alaska’s Wireless Network

For the end user, Alaska’s wired communications are fast becoming wireless in nature—from the user’s perspective, that is. The offerings may end up sounding a bit like alphabet soup: mobile phones, both smart and basic; computers connected via Wi-Fi hot spots, 3G, 4G, 4G LTE, high speed packet access, CDMA, GSM and a variety of other technologies. There is almost nowhere along the population corridors of this state where wireless communication is not omnipresent.

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