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Alaska Communications in a sentence

1. Alaska's internet and other data transport systems are provided largely through the two major telecommunications companies: GCI and Alaska Communications.

2. thanks to NBC's then-parent company RCA acquiring the Alaska Communications System from the United States Air Force.

3. In that year, telephone service was sold to Alaska Communications Systems, a private company.

4. On December 4, 2014, GCI agreed to purchase the wireless assets of Alaska Communications for $300 million.

5. US Cellular and Alaska Communications Systems, Alaska's CDMA provider, also carry the V3c.

6. During the 1940s and World War II, the U.S. Army completed the system and it became known as the Alaska Communications System (ACS) and the White Alice Communications System.

7. The U.S. Air Force, interested in cosmic ray research and high altitude camping, helped with logistics, while the Alaska Communications System set up the team with radio support.

8. This system later was replaced by a dedicated contract with the Alaska Communications System, but that contract limited the News-Miner to no more than 9,000 words per day of messages.

9. Alaska Communications (formerly Alaska Communications Systems or ACS) is a telecommunications corporation headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska.

10. Alaska Communications wireline operations include advanced data networks and an underwater fiber optic system.

11. The Alaska Communications wireless operations included a statewide 3G CDMA network, and coverage extended from the North Slope to Southeast Alaska.

12. Company. In 1999, Alaska Communications acquired Anchorage Telephone Utility from the Municipality of Anchorage.

13. On February 3, 2014, Alaska Communications announced its purchase of TekMate.

14. On December 4, 2014, GCI Wireless agreed to purchase the wireless assets of Alaska Communications for $300 million.

15. On May 25, 2017, Alaska Communications announced it will be offering Internet services via OneWeb.

16. On June 9, 2016, Alaska Communications opened the Business Technology Center.

17. Alaska Communications supports United Way, Junior Achievement, the University of Alaska, 90% by 2020, and FIRST in Alaska.

18. Government Hill Elementary was rebuilt in 1965 on military lands next to Alaska Communications System (current AT&T Alascom) headquarters, a short distance north of the original school building.

19. Albert J. Myer's primary mission at the time was maintenance of the Alaska Communications System which handled both military and commercial traffic to Alaska.

20. In 2003, Heibert was commended by the U.S. Senate for his service to the Alaska Communications industry.

21. In November 1942 Reeve signed a contract with the Alaska Communications System (ACS) and moved his family to Anchorage.

22. On May 15, 1936 WAMCATS was renamed the U.S. Army Alaska Communications System.

23. The Alaska Communications System remained under the control of the Army Signal Corps until 1962 when it was taken over by the U.S. Air Force.

24. Innis' was recruited by the U.S. Army Signal Corp's Alaska Communications System (ACS) and was stationed on an Army operated cable ship in Alaska.

25. He is a director of Alaska Communications Systems Group.

26. Though telecommunication cables of the Alaska Communications System existed here till the late 1950s, they are not reflected in the latest maps of the bay area.

27. (including K22EY) were sold to ACS Television, L.L.C. ACS Television, a subsidiary of Alaska Communications System, operated its stations as a wireless cable system;

28. Alaska Communications depends on fiber connectivity to provide service.

29. thanks to NBC's then-parent company RCA acquiring the Alaska Communications System from the United States Air Force.

30. Alaska's internet and other data transport systems are provided largely through the two major telecommunications companies: GCI and Alaska Communications.