TV Everywhere is included with every TV subscription

We’re more mobile than ever before and , and we’re adding fresh content all the time. With TV Everywhere, you can watch your favorite shows, news or sporting events on your internet-connected devices on your own schedule.

The best part, TV Everywhere is included at no cost with every TDS TV subscription.

Wherever you go within the United States, TV Everywhere makes it easier for you to access your TDS TV subscription with some of our most popular networks including: ESPN, HBO, NBC Sports, and the Disney Channel.

At home, you can watch your favorite TV show on a tablet, laptop or game console in one room while others watch on the big screen in another room. Away from home, all you need is Wi-Fi access and you could be watching TV — at the kids’ soccer practice, in an airport or waiting for an appointment — wherever your day takes you.

TV Everywhere is changing the way people watch TV.

To access TV Everywhere content:

  • View available TVE networks, then choose the one you want to watch and log in using your TDS online account information.
  • You can also visit your mobile device’s app catalog to search for available networks. Once downloaded to your mobile device, simply choose TDS as your TV provider and log in with your TDS online account information.

A TDS online account is required for TV Everywhere service. Click this link to sign into your online account. If you don’t have an account, click on the “Sign up!” link on the Login screen.

Once you give TVE a try, you’ll never want to stop! Nearly 60 percent of TV subscribers now sign into TV Everywhere apps on a monthly basis, according to a new study by CTAM (Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing). As viewers like you continue to enjoy the experience of watching the most popular shows, movies, news and sports on personal devices and internet-connected TVs, we’ll keep adding new content and cutting edge video features and capabilities. Keep checking back to see what’s new!



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