Press Release

October 07, 2015  — ANCHORAGE, Alaska–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Businesses in Fairbanks, Juneau and select areas of Kenai now have more options for IP connectivity with SIP Trunking Service from Alaska Communications (NASDAQ:ALSK), Alaska’s leading broadband and IT solutions provider.

SIP (Session Initiated Protocol) Trunking Service from Alaska Communications is the next generation of IP connectivity, allowing small, medium and enterprise businesses to enhance real-time communication using existing phone systems. The result is superior reliability and quality at competitive costs.

“We’re pleased to bring the latest in IP technology to more Alaska businesses,” Alaska Communications Senior Vice President of Business Market Bill Bishop said. “Customers can use their existing phone systems to get best-in-class voice quality on a highly secure, private network. We’re proud to offer SIP Trunking Service with our industry-certified Ethernet, all delivered with great customer service.”

Alaska Communications launched SIP Trunking Service in Anchorage this March, and has since installed several hundred lines for Alaska Native corporations, health care providers, travel and logistics companies, oil and gas producers, and one of the state’s leading financial institutions.

SIP Trunking Service customers get highly reliable Gold Class of Service, delivered on a private network, guaranteeing five 9s reliability (99.999 percent up-time). By switching to SIP Trunking Service, Alaska businesses can save up to 50 percent on local and long-distance costs with minimal or no upfront investment.

Customers get advanced calling features such as simultaneous ringing, call forwarding, a Web interface and more. These features help enhance employee productivity and support workforce mobility, driving superior business performance.

To learn more about Alaska Communications SIP Trunking Service, including pricing and availability, call 800-808-8083 or visit www.AlaskaCommunications.com.

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