IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR OUR CUSTOMERS

In light of the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) threat, we want to assure you that all of us here at Sacred Wind Communications are taking precautionary steps to protect our customers, communities, and our employees. To help us retain a healthy environment, we encourage all customers to use our online bill pay or contact a customer service rep by calling 877-722-3393.

Educational Wi-Fi hotspots AVAILABLE NOW for remote learning, remote work, and tele-health.

Starting immediately, no more than one customer will be permitted to enter our offices at one time. Other customers must wait in their vehicles or outside, six feet away from others.

Sacred Wind Communications signed the pledge to keep Americans connected in response to Chairman Pai’s call on broadband and telephone service providers to promote connectivity for Americans impacted by the disruptions caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. We are committed to maintaining connectivity for our customers which is why we will be increasing our customer’s internet speeds to a minimum of 25 Mbps, where available in our network, so that you have access to emergency services, telehealth, telemedicine, remote work, and remote learning.

Thank you for trusting us with your telecommunication needs,
Your Sacred Wind Team

Our mission is to serve you, our valued customer. If you need us, we are here for you. You can contact us on Facebook, call 877-722-3393, 505-905-6000, or email us at customerservice@sacredwindnm.com.

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Are you a Lifeline customer?

The Federal Lifeline program administered by USAC, has new eligibility and recertification requirements.

For more information, please visit the USAC website.

Sacred Wind Communications is proud to be a Lifeline service provider, but all program changes and requirements come from the Federal Communications Commission and USAC, not your local service provider.

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.

What Our Customers Are Saying

—Audra A. Arviso, Sacred Wind Customer

Internet is awesome! Phone too! Thank you. Great job to office personnel on every visit so far. Keep up the great work!
"Sacred Wind Communications is a unique company. They listen to their customers and invite input from Navajo Chapter leaders about their services and network plans. This is a company with heart – they respect our culture and have been very supportive of the communities they serve, proving they are willing to invest in improving the lives  of the people.”

—Virginia Ballenger Red Rock Chapter Vice President

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Thank you Miss Navajo Shaandiin Parrish for visiting our offices and spreading your good will among us.

Latest News from Sacred Wind

Fiber to Home

Sacred Wind Delivers First-Ever Fiber to Navajo Homes

February 26, 2020

Sacred Wind has completed the first-ever groundbreaking broadband fiber-to-the-home project to Navajo homes within a Navajo Housing Authority (NHA) development in the Huerfano Chapter. Sacred Wind is the first telecommunications…

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Sacred Wind on NM Indian Affairs Dept. Podcast

October 24, 2019

Sacred Wind External Affairs Manager, Catherine Nicolaou, was honored to sit down with the New Mexico Indian Affairs Department to talk about our work to provide telecommunications and broadband internet…

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Basic Broadband for “Homes” on Tribal Lands

October 15, 2019

One Rural Telco’s Uphill Battle to Provide Basic Broadband Services to Tribal Communities in Need “The sprawling reservation, which touches parts of rural Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, is by…

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