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Fast. Superior. Internet. It’s here!

We asked our customers to “believe in better.” With “Fast. Superior. Internet.” better is here.

Since 2014, TDS has invested heavily in capital to improve service and network performance. That trend will continue in order to keep pace with technology innovation and customer demand for fast internet.

Ultra 600 internet, featuring speeds up to 600Mbps, perfect for households that have intense internet demands and multiple users, is now available in:

  • The New Mexico communities of: Lovington, Hobbs, Eunice, Carlsbad,
    Ruidoso, and Alamogordo
  • The Colorado communities of: Fort Collins, Fort Carson, Estes Park, and Arvada/Table Mountain
  • The Utah communities of: Cedar City, and St. George
  • And also Mesquite, Nevada!

Our upgraded network also delivers higher-resolution video content, more TV Everywhere channels, and dramatically improved reliability, so you get more from your TDS experience.

You deserve to have the area’s best Internet. “Fast. Superior. Internet.” is here.

If you’re new to TDS, check out the Internet speeds available in your area here.

If you’re a happy TDS customer, don’t forget you can earn bill credits when you refer friends to us. Learn more here.



6 Responses to Fast. Superior. Internet. It’s here!

  1. Bill Sherry March 7, 2018 at 5:33 pm #

    Arvada, Colo. still doesn’t even have the 300Mbps service. Why does our service area continue to be neglected?

    • Cheryl McCollum March 21, 2018 at 3:45 pm #

      Arvada/Table Mountain have been updated now with both 300Mbps and 600Mbps high-speed internet. We hope you enjoy these faster, more reliable speeds. Cheryl

  2. John Powers March 8, 2018 at 1:27 pm #

    I would love to take advantage of this fast, superior internet. I have flirted with the idea of going with 600mbps plan but what holds me back is that with our current 60mbps plan we rarely get an actual speed of more than 10-12 mbps. Tech has been out multiple times and they tell me we should be getting at least 60% of our rated speed routinely, 35 to 40 mbps, but nothing they do improves our speed. If we went to the higher speeds, my concern is that we would pay twice what we’re paying now and get the same marginal service. Doing that just wouldn’t make sense, would it.

    • Cheryl McCollum March 21, 2018 at 4:24 pm #

      I would suggest doing a speed test with a wired connection. Speed tests done over wireless are prone to interference. If you are not getting 75% of the advertised max download speed with a wired connection, please call repair for assistance. Cheryl

  3. Sara March 22, 2018 at 4:31 pm #

    Your website to check availability isn’t working.

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