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TERRA is GCI’s vision to build a next-generation communications network for the remote and rural areas of Alaska.  Started in 2011, this historic project today provides 72 villages with access to terrestrial broadband. GCI is currently expanding the network into the northwest Arctic and along the Yukon River, with plans to build out to additional villages in the future. Please continue to check back for the latest updates.
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News and Announcements

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES: RURAL BROADBAND ACCESS STILL LACKING IN U.S., EVEN AS REMOTE ALASKA COMMUNITIES CONNECT

2/18/2015

Scott A. Johnson was still at work in Nome, Alaska on Tuesday, but his pregnant wife had already left for Anchorage where they plan to have their baby in just a few weeks.

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DELTA DISCOVERY: GCI CONNECTS RURAL COMMUNITIES TO ALASKA'S LARGEST WIRELESS NETWORK

1/14/2015

In 2014, Alaska’s largest telecommunications company brought increased connectivity and new entertainment options to more than a dozen rural communities in Alaska with the expansion of its wireless

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Project Updates

Our own Bob Walsh will be talking #telecom at the #AK Business Forum @SeattleChamber on March 5. Register: http://t.co/SfahxZ6cFJ
13 hours 19 min ago
Check out the @IBTimes story on #TERRA: Rural Broadband Access Still Lacking In U.S. @akscojo @AmyNordrum @GCIAK http://t.co/Hapg5ZKVLZ
1 week 1 day ago