Alaska Communications

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This article is about the current telecommunications company. For the historical "Alaska Communications", see Alaska Communications System (ACS).
Alaska Communications
Type Public
Traded as NASDAQALSK
Industry Telecommunications
Founded Anchorage, Alaska (1999)[1]
Headquarters Anchorage, Alaska
Key people Anand Vadapalli, CEO
Website www.alaskacommunications.com
Alaska Communications retail store and service center

Alaska Communications (formerly Alaska Communications Systems or ACS) is a telecommunications corporation headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska. It was the first telecommunications provider in the state of Alaska to maintain a third-generation wireless network and the only provider in Alaska that owns fully incorporated infrastructure for the major telecommunications platforms; wireless communications, Internet networking, and local and long distance phone service. Alaska Communications wireline operations include advanced data networks and a diverse undersea fiber optic system connecting Alaska to the contiguous United States. The Alaska Communications wireless operations include a statewide 3G CDMA network, and coverage extends from the North Slope to Southeast Alaska.

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