ANCHORAGE (AP) -- General Communication Inc. is expanding its telecom business outside Alaska with plans to offer Internet access to 22 rural schools in New Mexico and Arizona.
Under an agreement signed this week, GCI said the schools will have access by July to online educational resources, e-mail, Web hosting and other Internet tools through GCI's high-speed satellite network.
GCI calls the service SchoolAccess, and the company first deployed it in Alaska. GCI said it serves more than 155 rural schools and 85 urban schools in Alaska.
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