Buckle up, Anchorage: GCI's download speeds clock in at 2X the speed of AT&T and our network has 75% fewer dropped calls. Get the best in mobile, with GCI.
Comparison numbers based on SCORE Technologies report.
Terms and conditions apply. Speeds based on download speeds in September 2020 drive tests in the Anchorage Bowl, excluding Elmendorf, JBER, Ft. Richardson. Learn more
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Join GCI today and experience the difference our new network can make. To celebrate, we’ll give you 5,000 Alaska Airlines miles FREE.
Even better — invite friends to join GCI and you’ll earn an additional 5,000 miles per referral.
We’re going all in to bring Anchorage the Hometown 5G experience it deserves. We’ve made comprehensive upgrades so you get an improved network wherever you are, whenever you need it.
Hometown 5G is an investment of millions of dollars in Anchorage alone — paving the path for innovation that can help Anchorage become more energy efficient, spur economic growth, and provide an improved quality of life.
When we upgraded our network, we designed it for everyone to get a better experience.
Whether you have an LTE phone or a new 5G device, our new network provides better in-building coverage and more than 5x faster download speeds.
In general, the newer your phone the better your mobile experience will be.
With unprecedented mobility, accessibility and reliability, the potential enterprise applications and benefits of 5G are endless.
Anchorage is our hometown, so it made sense for us to launch 5G here first. Just as we did with 1 GIG red, we plan to expand our 5G service to other fiber-served areas in the state, though no timeline is set.
The electromagnetic frequencies used for 5G are part of the radio frequency spectrum that has been extensively researched in terms of health impacts for decades. Over 50 years of scientific research has already been conducted into the possible health effects of the radio signals used for mobile phones, base stations, and other wireless services including frequencies planned for 5G.
The data from this research has been analyzed by many expert review groups. Weighing the whole body of science, there is no evidence to convince experts that exposure below the guidelines set by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) carries any known health risks.
For more information about the studies of 5G and safety, visit https://www.gci.com/mobile/5g/responsibility