Regulatory

This page will be updated periodically with information related to AP&T’s current regulatory involvement. Please use the links below to download and view the PDF files.

Telephone Service Company Organization

AP&T provides Local Exchange Carrier (LEC) telephone services through the three companies below.

Alaska Telephone Company (ATC)

ATC is the largest local exchange carrier in AP&T’s family of companies, originally called National Utilities, Inc. ATC serves the communities of Craig, Haines, Hollis, Hydaburg, Hyder, Klukwan, Metlakatla, Naukati, Petersburg, Skagway, Tanacross, Tetlin, Tok and Wrangell.

Bettles Telephone (BTI)

AP&T purchased Bettles Telephone in 1993 as a wholly owned subsidiary. BTI serves the northern communities of Bettles, Jim River Camp and Allakaket. The Allakaket exchange was acquired in 1998 from Pacific Telecom Inc. now known as Alaska Communications Systems (ACS). BTI serves approximately 177 access lines.

North Country Telephone (NCTI)

AP&T purchased North Country Telephone in 1994 as a wholly owned subsidiary. NCTI serves Eagle Alaska, which a long rich history related to the Gold Rush and the Yukon River. NCTI serves approximately 200 access lines.

Billing Tariffs

As filed with the Regulatory Commission of Alaska.

Alaska Power Company Tariff Book

updated on August 31, 2020

Alaska Telephone Company Tariff Book

updated on August 31, 2020

North Country Telephone Tariff Book

updated on May 27, 2005

Bettles Telephone Tariff Book

updated on May 27, 2005