We Will Be Reopening Our Office Lobby
We have good news — our office lobby in Tahoka will be open to the public on July 6th. We look forward to seeing you in person during our normal business hours of Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. You can pay your bill, sign up for a new service, get troubleshooting assistance, and more.
Poka Lambro is proud to provide our community with internet and other essential services to keep you connected during the pandemic. Please call us at 800-422-2387 if you have questions or need more information.
Shoot For The Stars, Graduates
Poka Lambro wishes the best to all of the graduates in our community — whether graduating from preschool, elementary school, middle school, high school, or college. No matter where you are in your educational journey, moving forward is cause for celebration. We congratulate you on your stellar achievements.
We also applaud the contributions of your parents, other family members, and teachers. You are shining brightly today because of their support of you in the past.
The Poka Lambro Scholarship is awarded to the students attending local high schools – whose parents or legal guardians are customers of Poka Lambro. This year we gave out $3,000 to 12 students! We would like to thank each student who applied, the selection process is never easy or taken lightly. We wish you all the very best!
Left to right: Austin Buchana – Borden County, Bryannah Pedroza – O’Donnell, Conner Etheredge – Borden County, Dayzee Castro – O’Donnell
Left to right: Erin Nix – Borden County, Haddie Flanigan – Borden County, Madison White – Wellman-Union, Maggie Miller – Borden County
Left to right: Mason Cole – Borden County, Michaela Riggins – Lamesa ISD, Tommy Mack Kingston – Borden County, Warren Taylor – Tahoka High School
Get Ready For 10-Digit Dialing For Local Calls
In July 2020, the Federal Communications Commission adopted an order approving the designation of 988 as the 3-digit dialing code for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. To facilitate implementation, area codes across the country where the 988 prefix is a working prefix and which now use 7-digit local dialing must transition to 10-digit local dialing. This includes the 806 area code in our service area.
Starting October 24, 2021, you’ll need to dial the 806 area code plus the 7-digit phone number to make local calls. In addition to changing your dialing routine, you’ll also have to reprogram 7-digit local numbers to 10-digit numbers if you use speed dial or any other system that automatically makes calls for you.