5G Hits Anchorage, Alaska
General Communications Inc. (GCI), a telecommunications corporation operating in Alaska, turned on its 5G network in Anchorage, the state's largest city, in late April.
While we absolutely believe that every person in America should have access to the internet service and broadband coverage they need, we do not believe that compromising public health to obtain such services is responsible or necessary.
5G has never been tested for long-term human safety, and thousands of peer-reviewed, independent scientific studies link exposure to wireless radiation, the same type of radiation emitted by 5G antennas, with cancer, neurological problems, and reproductive health complications. So, what's the solution to our wireless woes? Fiber optics.
A fiber optic cable is a network cable that contains strands of glass fibers inside an insulated casing designed for long-distance, high-performance data networking, and telecommunications. Fiber optic networks provide high bandwidth and transmit data over longer distances, and most importantly, they are faster, safer, and more secure than wireless networks.