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    Incoming Phone Call Issue

  • Tuesday, June 18th Incoming phone calls to TaosNet from some cellular providers (T-Mobile and AT&T are two that we're aware of) are being affected by a Statewide CenturyLink routing issue. Calls from other providers are being received without issue.

IF YOU’RE IN OUR SIGHT

WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED.

From beautiful and remote El Rito in the north, to The Stakeout area in the south, over to Two Peaks, Tres Piedras, and Greater World in the west. East and up into Taos Ski Valley and back to Taos Pueblo, and nearly all areas of the Town of Taos, we can provide High Speed Internet to most everywhere in Taos County. Contact us and let us know where you need service and we’ll wager we can get you the big bandwidth goods.

We Have Coverage Covered.

Here’s a full list of our coverage areas. If you don’t see your area be sure to contact us and ask. Note that within these coverage areas your home or building must have clear line-of-sight to one of our many access points in order for us to get you internet. i.e. Being in the bottom of an arroyo or surrounded by trees can be an internet-killer.
  • Amizette
  • Arroyo Hondo
  • Arroyo Seco
  • Blueberry Hill
  • Carson
  • Lower Colonias
  • Upper Colonias
  • Des Montes
  • El Salto
  • Greater World
  • Golf Course
  • Hondo Mesa
  • Hospital Area
  • Ranchos de Taos
  • San Cristobal
  • Taos Pueblo
  • Taos Ski Valley
  • Three Peaks
  • Town of Taos
  • Tres Piedras
  • Tune Drive
  • Turley Mill
  • Two Peaks
  • Valdez

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