An Alaska telecommunications company has announced that it will run a fiber optic cable from the coastal town of Homer south to Oregon next year.
What does AT stand for?
AT stands for Alaska Telecommunications
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a privately held Alaska telecommunications company serving some of the most remote and geographically diverse communities in Alaska.
Changes were expected in the Alaska telecommunications market, and in light of increasing competition from companies offering these services-which include Internet and wireless, longdistance and local phone services-ACS wanted to get an idea of how the public feels.
NOTE: Additional information including a consolidated, condensed statement of operations, a detailed explanation of financial results, recent developments affecting the Alaska telecommunications market and GCI's history follows this news release.
This agreement demonstrates ACS' continued effort at leading the Alaska telecommunications market with innovative new products that bring real value to our customers.
Earlier this year the FCC, based upon recommendations of the Joint Board, ordered a restructuring of the Alaska telecommunications market that would terminate the JSA between Alascom and AT&T and would open Alaska's interstate market to AT&T by January 1, 1996.
New Competition and a New Joint Board By as early as 1983, it was clear a new round of open competition would again change the face of Alaska telecommunications.
Maier represented Lockheed Martin, in the sale of its Comsat Mobile Communications subsidiary to Telenor ASA of Norway for $116 million; Eagle Family Foods in the sale of its ReaLemon and ReaLime brands to Cadbury Schweppes for $128 million; Questor Holdings in the sales of the Schwinn GT Cycling Division and Schwinn GT Fitness Division; the sale of Alaska Telecommunications to Fox Paine & Co.