Alaskans yearning for high-speed, unlimited internet service need wait no longer, as GCI launches its 1Gig red Unlimited plan, the fastest unlimited internet package in the state. The long-sought upgrade is a major step forward for internet users in Alaska. Additionally, GCI has also upgraded its Simply Unbeatable wireless plans to also be unlimited.
As part of the seventh annual Summer of Heroes program, Alaska Communications donated $15,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs – Alaska, bringing the total donation amount since 2011 up to more than $100,000. Alaska Communications presented the donation to Alana Humphrey, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs – Alaska, during the organization’s 2017 Driving Great Futures Gala on Saturday, Sept. 16.
Creating wealth unfortunately doesn't just happen; rather, it’s a function of having a "can do" spirit, working hard, being smart and sometimes even a little luck comes into play.
With support from the GCI Suicide Prevention Grant, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District launched an initiative to raise student awareness about suicide prevention strategies through “Sources of Strength,” the nationally-recognized youth suicide prevention program.
A new cell tower in Anchorage’s Rogers Park neighborhood is providing greater capacity and coverage to GCI customers in Alaska’s largest city.
Celebrating the completion of the heavy construction phase of the Terrestrial for Every Rural Region (TERRA) high speed internet project, GCI on Saturday invited Kotzebue residents to a community barbeque, hosted with the help of local firefighters, who grilled up more than 1,000 hotdogs and hamburgers.
Women in Cable Telecommunications announced this week that VP of GCI Government, Healthcare, and Education Pam Lloyd, Ph.D. has been accepted into the upcoming class of the organization’s Betsy Magness Leadership Institute.
On Sunday, August 27, our 2017 Summer of Heroes were announced during a special ceremony at the Alaska State Fair.
Young entrepreneurs will pitch business and product ideas to a panel of adult judges Aug. 29 during the first-ever Seattle-area Acton Children’s Business Fair, an event sponsored by technology services provider GCI and others.
Alaska's largest technology company, GCI, recently welcomed Lori Davey to its GCI Business team as vice president of enterprise markets. Davey brings management experience from Alaska's investment, oil and telecom industries to the GCI team where she will lead its business enterprise and midmarket commercial sales teams as GCI Business launches a new suite of innovative services, products and capabilities.