Internet Providers in Alaska

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Average download speed in Alaska

Providers offering higher speeds than the state average:

95% Availability in Alaska

87% Availability in Alaska

62% Availability in Alaska

Broadband in Alaska

47th

most connected state

91%

of Alaskans can get broadband Internet

Fastest Cities in Alaska

Palmer: (12 Mbps)

Eagle River: (11 Mbps)

Wasilla: (11 Mbps)

Fort Wainwright: (11 Mbps)

Alaska Internet Availability Map

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Coverage by type

The largest Internet provider in Alaska is

GCI Communication Corp. is available to 78% of Alaska residents, and received a 0.0/10 rating by HSI Editors. Our list of top internet providers in Alaska can be found below.

There are 14 Internet Options in Alaska

1. Viasat - Satellite
Available in Alaska

Speeds up to
25
Mbps download

2. Craig Cable TV, Inc. - Cable
Available in Alaska
3. American Broadband Communications - Cable or DSL
Available in Alaska
4. Inutek - DSL
Available in Alaska

Speeds up to
3
Mbps download

5. ASTAC - DSL
Available in Alaska

Speeds up to
3
Mbps download

6. Bristol Bay Telephone Cooperative, Inc. - DSL
Available in Alaska
7. Cordova Telephone Cooperative, Inc. - DSL
Available in Alaska

Speeds up to
6
Mbps download

8. Nushagak Electric & Telephone Cooperative, Inc. - Cable or DSL
Available in Alaska
9. Alaska Power & Telephone - DSL
Available in Alaska

Speeds up to
6
Mbps download

10. Yukon Telephone Company - Cable or Fiber
Available in Alaska
11. Copper Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc. - DSL
Available in Alaska

Speeds up to
10
Mbps download

12. Matanuska Telephone Association, Inc. - DSL
Available in Alaska

Speeds up to
10
Mbps download

13. Ketchikan Public Utilities - DSL or Fiber
Available in Alaska
14. GCI Communication Corp. - Cable
Available in Alaska

Speeds up to
100
Mbps download

The state of Alaska has a total of 13 Internet providers available. It is the 47th state, with 91% of the population having access to broadband speeds of 25 Mbps or more.

The largest metro, Anchorage, sees average speeds of 8 Mbps, followed by Fairbanks with speeds of 5 Mbps. These speeds are below the state average of 8 Mbps.



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