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Electronic Service


Viasat Satellite Internet authorized dealer

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  • Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm
  • Saturday: 10am-4pm
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Your local source for satellite TV and internet

Serving the Northwest Arctic since 1987, with telecommunication and internet service available for all households and businesses. Owner Ingemar Mathiasson is a long-time resident. Originally from Sweden, he moved to the Alaskan Arctic in the late 1980s. Mathiasson has a degree in electronic engineering. He’s a trusted and true professional, who hires locally based technicians to assist him with installations.

  • Serving the Northwest Arctic for three decades
  • Providing satellite internet to homes and businesses
  • Quality service that doesn’t rely on traditional infrastructure
  • Fast installation and quality service

Viasat: Reliable, high-speed internet regardless of where you live

Viasat (formerly Exede) is currently the fastest available service for households in the Northwest Arctic. The ease of installation and outstanding service of the Viasat system, makes the households and businesses connected to the internet in a way not previously realized. Viasat Internet brings quality service to areas that in the past had limited options. Because it’s beamed directly from a satellite in space into your home, all you need is a southern exposure to the sky. Viasat satellite internet offers residents and small business owners super-fast internet with download speeds up to 25 Mbps. Viasat plans feature a variety of data options available to suit your online lifestyle. Call us today to learn more and schedule your installation.


About Ambler, Alaska

Ambler is a small city of about 260 residents in Alaska’s Northwest Arctic Borough, just 45 miles north of the Arctic Circle and near the confluence of two rivers. Another 7,200 people live in the borough, a 39,000-square-mile area. Temperatures here range from 90 to -70 degrees. People travel by snowmobile, plane, ATV or small boat since there are no roads linking the city to the rest of the state. Fish, caribou, moose, bear and berries are common sources of food. The local economy is supported  by government, mining, health care, transportation, services and construction. The vast majority of people who live here are Alaska natives.

Areas Served

Northwest Arctic Borough
Kotzebue
Ambler
Shungnak
Kobuk
Kiana
Noorvik
Selawik
Buckland
Deering
Kivalina
Noatak
Red Dog
Point Hope