BBCP offers one year contracts with unlimited local minutes. You have the option to pay monthly (1 year contract) or annually. Paying annually gives you 12 months of service for the price of 10. New Subscribers will receive a new phone with a signed contract. Some restrictions may apply. A service agreement is required for all plans. All calls are rounded up to the next full minute. A deposit may be required. Long Distance (toll) fees may not be included and may incur additional charges due on your monthly bill. Plans, activation fees, and long distance charges are subject to taxes and surcharges and subject to change without notice.
Cellular Long Distance Charges:
0.06 / minute out of state
0.13 / minute in state
Bristol Bay Cellular LTE Service
Cellular Terms: 1) Bristol Bay Cellular Partnership (“BBCP”)presently does not transmit wireless emergency alerts; 2) Local Only includes local calling and texting to any BBCP service areas only; 3) LTE Service and Data Plan only available in King Salmon, Naknek, and South Naknek; 4) Overages will apply at $15.00 a GB; 5) The 5 GB plan is 4 MB Down / 1 MB up; 6) Unlimited Long Distance includes local, Nationwide long distance and texting at one flat monthly rate; 7) Contract Term is for 1 (one) year of service. If service is terminated before end of term, customer will nevertheless pay for the remaining term on the contract. Customers with monthly billing must live and have a mailing address in BBCP’s service area.
Launched July 1st 2018
To check your LTE Data usage please click the button below.
All BBCP plans are annual contracts. We offer a special incentive for those who pay up front. If you pay for the year up front you get 2 months FREE. In the Spring of each year we will send renewals out to our customers that pay yearly so be on the look out for yours.
Hearing aids do not always function well with wireless handsets. Hearing aids operate by using a microphone to pick up sound waves, converting the sound waves into electrical signals to be amplified. Distortion or amplification of unwanted sound (noise) often occurs.
The FCC’s hearing aid compatibility requirements address hearing aids that operate in either of two modes – acoustic coupling (“M” rating) or inductive coupling (“T” rating). Hearing aids operating in acoustic coupling mode receive through a microphone and then amplify all sounds surrounding the user, including both desired sounds, such as a telephone’s audio signal, and unwanted ambient noise. Hearing aids operating in inductive coupling mode turn off the microphone to avoid amplifying unwanted ambient noise, instead using a telecoil to receive only audio signal-based magnetic fields generated by inductive coupling-capable telephones. The FCC’s “M” and “T” ratings indicate whether a handset can be expected to function well with a hearing aid and are generally marked clearly on the handset packaging. The “M” or “T” rating does not guarantee that the handset will function without distortion or noise.
M-Rating - Microphone Standard: Reduced Hearing Aid Device Interference
M3 rating indicates the phone has met the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) standard;
M4 rating indicates the phone has exceeded the ANSI standard.
T-Ratings - Telecoil Standard: Compatible with Hearing Aids with Telecoils
T3 rating indicates the phone has met the ANSI standard;
T4 rating indicates the phone has exceeded the ANSI standard.
The phones we provide to our customers are not locked. If you sign up with another service provider, you can use the phone you purchased from us as long as that service provider's network is compatible. To confirm whether another network is compatible with our phone, contact the relevant service provider.
Bristol Bay Cellular Universal Service Offerings
In accordance with the FCC Rule 47 C.F.R. 54.401, Bristol Bay Cellular Partnership, (BBCP) herein, provides the following information regarding its universal services offerings: BBCP offers single party local voice telephony services. Included with the service, unlimited local calling, touch tone dialing, local emergency service can be reached by dialing "9-1-1.", and operator service and directory assistance are available. BBCP offers limited Toll Services to qualifying low-income consumers.
Customer Complaint Procedures
We would hope to achieve a satisfactory resolution to a customer complaint or dispute regarding service or billing. In the event that after a reasonable time the complainant is not satisfied with managements disposition of the complaint, he may then contact the Regulatory Commission of Alaska at 701 W. Eighth Avenue, Suite 300, Anchorage, Alaska 99501 or by calling 907-276-6222.