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Between 1933 and 1935 WAMCATS closed stations at Tacotna, Hot Springs, Circle, Eagle, Fort Yukon, St. Michael, Teller, Holy Cross, Wiseman, Livengood, Candle, Ruby, and Tanana. The number of stations closed indicate how ambitious the expansion program had been. Almost all of the expansion had been to serve the civilian community. In 1938, commercial and personal messages accounted for about 66 per cent of the traffic on the WAMCATS system (called the Alaska Communications System.
Through its own facilities and agreements with other providers, primarily Alaska Communications Systems, GCI provides data network and Internet connections via GPON DSL, PRI leased lines (such as a T1), and other high-bandwidth business-class products. These services are aimed at the business market.  The state government is a major customer of GCI, using GCI's infrastructure to provide the backbone for the state's wide area network.