Bridging the Digital Divide
for Rural and Tribal Communities
Sacred Wind’s mission is centered around providing equality of opportunity, through our communications services, to people in tribal and rural areas of New Mexico. But, we are more than just a telecom company—we are caring members of our communities and will stand up for our fellow citizens, defending racial, social, and gender equality. Blessed by a beautiful and dedicated diverse workforce, we celebrate and value diversity, and we oppose discrimination, bias, and bullying in all of their manifestations.
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Do you qualify for free basic phone service or discounted internet?
If you live on tribal land(s) you may qualify for FREE basic telephone service or discounted internet service, through the Federal Tribal Lifeline Program.
Yah-ta-hey is named a SmartRural Community
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Latest News from Sacred Wind
Spend any amount of time talking to John Badal and you get the sense that he has caught a glimpse of the future. Perhaps there’s a blueprint to follow when it comes to getting broadband internet out to all of New Mexico, and the CEO of Sacred Wind Communications has a copy. But Badal knows all too…Read More >>
We all know that feeling. You’re right in the middle of doing something important on your phone, tablet, or laptop when all of a sudden… your Wi-Fi cuts out! What gives? There are a surprising number of things that can cause your Wi-Fi connection to slow down, even when your internet connection is strong and…Read More >>
Western U.S. Tribal Communities Cross the Digital Divide with Cambium Networks’ Wireless Fabric Technology
Schools, healthcare facilities and entire communities connect with affordable and reliable high capacity fixed wireless broadband and Wi-Fi technology ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill., March 16, 2021 – Cambium Networks (NASDAQ: CMBM), a leading global provider of wireless networking solutions, today announced that it is supplying tribal communities in the Western United States with fixed wireless broadband…Read More >>
Remote work is on the rise—and not just in the last year. Sure, the past 365 days brought on a massive surge in the number of remote workers. But believe it or not, the interest in remote work has been trending upwards for almost a decade now. It turns out that 2020 just expedited the…Read More >>