Alaskan operator General Communication Inc. (GCI) has announced that its cable TV services have been successfully converted to Cycle30’s hosted billing platform, powered by Comverse BSS. Cycle30 is a wholly-owned subsidiary of GCI.

The cable conversion completes the migration of all of GCI’s consumer services – cable, wireless, wireline, and Internet – to Cycle30’s hosted order-to-cash solution, based on Comverse BSS, and allows the decommissioning of a legacy system. The fully converged approach? increases GCI’s ability to support a broad range of interaction opportunities.

"Leveraging Comverse BSS capabilities, we believe that Cycle30 can enable mid-tier service providers throughout North America to revitalize the end-customer experience while boosting business performance," said Jim Dunlap, president of Cycle30, in a statement.

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