TDS is working hard to become the preferred internet provider in Southern Utah

Students, schools, workers, and businesses all need reliable, high-speed internet to succeed. TDS believes St. George and the Southern Utah area deserves the best internet.

Since 2013 when TDS acquired Baja Broadband, TDS has invested more than $150 million in our Southern Utah network. TDS has upgraded its speeds for the last several years and now offers super-fast 1Gig internet for our residential and business customers in Southern Utah.

What’s So Special About 1 Gig Internet?
The best thing about 1Gig internet is no matter how many people are using the internet in your home at the same time, no matter how many devices are connected, and no matter what time it is, 1Gig provides more bandwidth for everyone and all the devices in your home. With 1Gig, there’s no more rationing out your broadband.

1Gig increases your entertainment options at home and changes how you work and go to school. It also provides the best online experience for streamers, gamers, social media users, and families with multiple users at home.

With more people working from home, many TDS customers have found faster speeds are necessary to ensure everyone has ample bandwidth. With these TDS investments, now is the time to check out TDS’ fastest high-speed internet service.

For example, a two-hour, 4K movie will download in under a minute and with 1Gig, there will be no dragging or lagging in video chats, and no spinning balls while you wait to send or upload videos, photos or files.

TDS has invested in TV too
TDS offers an integrated television option called TDS TV+ that brings together your live, recorded, and streaming options all in one place.  Plus, we offer affordable and feature-rich phone plans so you can stay connected to friends and family, near and far.

To learn more about 1Gig services, TDS TV+ or phone options, please call 855/696-8368 or go to

We live and work in Southern Utah
TDS associates live and work in Southern Utah: TDS employs more than 100 associates in the area, so when you stop in the TDS office, you will likely speak to someone you know, or a friend of a friend.

Giving back is an integral part of the culture at TDS. From hands-on volunteering to in-kind and financial support, TDS takes a vested interest in the growth of the communities we serve. In fact, community involvement is so imperative to our core beliefs that we started the “Be Good Citizens” program, which provides associates with 16 hours of paid time off every year to volunteer.

Our TDS associates in Southern Utah are volunteering including sorting food at the Utah Food Bank, hosting a Cornhole Tournament fundraiser benefitting Root for Kids and the Utah Pacific Islanders Coalition, and cleaning and painting at the Washington County Children’s Justice Center.

In the last year, TDS has also donated to the Housing Action Coalition in Washington County ($20,000), to the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument ($5,000), Roots for Kids, the St. George Children’s Museum, 600 pounds of food to the Mesquite Lights Salvation Army Food Bank, and products to RRCI: Empowering People with Disabilities.

A little history about TDS: TDS Broadband Service and TDS Telecom are subsidiaries of Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. [NYSE: TDS], a Fortune 1000® company. In 1969, LeRoy T. Carlson created Telephone and Data Systems. Through prudent acquisitions, TDS Telecom was formed and is comprised of smaller and rural telephone companies to help them connect their communities to the world.

Today, Telephone and Data Systems provides services to approximately 6 million connections nationwide through its businesses: UScellular, TDS Telecom, and OneNeck IT Solutions. TDS offers services in 32 states across the country.

TDS is your reliable choice for internet, all-digital TV services, and crystal-clear phone options. TDS is working hard to become the preferred broadband provider and even more important, our customers in Southern Utah believe it too as they voted TDS the Gold Winner in the Best Internet Provider of Southern Utah 2021.


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