GCI customer celebration event planned for April 23

On April 13, GCI welcomed former Alaska Communications wireless subscribers to the GCI family on Alaska’s largest statewide network. To celebrate new customers and honor longtime ones, GCI is hosting 16 events across the state. 

The event in Homer will be held April 23 at the GCI store located at 3541 Greatland St. At the customer appreciation event, GCI will provide high-value special offers, tech giveaways, complimentary refreshments and temporary tattoos and stickers for kids. 

“The GCI team is looking forward to serving our new customers in Homer, and we hope to have the chance to personally welcome many of them to GCI at next Thursday’s celebration,” said GCI Regional Vice President Mary Hart. 

GCI invites all consumers to join in the celebration. At each event, for one day only, the Alaska-based telecommunications provider will have some of its most competitive offers yet for new and current customers, according to a press release. Both current and new GCI TV customers who choose the G400 TV package will have an additional chance to win by entering for a trip for four to Las Vegas, provided by GCI and STARZ. 

In addition to customer appreciation events across the state, GCI is continuing its commitment to wireless customers around Alaska with plans to turn up 4G LTE speeds in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, on the Kenai Peninsula and in Ketchikan within the next month. 

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