The Crow Creek Sioux Tribe and Native American Telecom, LLC ("NAT"), a tribally-owned telecommunications company, announced plans to deploy its next generation of an advanced telecommunications network on the Crow Creek reservation in South Dakota using TazcaConnects 4G LTE-as-a-Service Managed Services.
Currently, Native American Telecom, LLC ("NAT"), a tribally-owned telecommunications company, provides fixed broadband and telephone service in the Fort Thompson community on the Crow Creek reservation to more than 150 customers. TazcaConnects will enable NAT to greatly expand its coverage and services on the Crow Creek reservation.
Specifically, tribal members will benefit from fixed wireless and mobile broadband service, along with mobile roaming, distance learning, tele-medicine, and other advanced communications services, throughout the entire Crow Creek reservation.
Brandon Sazue, Chairman of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, states that "This is another historic step in the evolution of the Crow Creek Sioux by embracing new technology to better serve our people, who often find themselves without access to many of the basic necessities most people in the U.S take for granted, like food, shelter, heating, and communications."
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