TDS announced today that it is now offering its all-digital TV service to business customers in communities where TDS TV is currently offered to residential customers. The offering, dubbed TDS TV for Business, can help simplify billing, technical support and any account changes for businesses that already have phone and internet services, according to TDS.
The service also offers digital picture and sound quality that won’t be affected by inclement weather as well as access to more than 110 channels, including more than 80 high definition channels, the company said.
Among the content offerings are an array of major sports channels, including NFL Network, Big Ten Network, MLB Network, Golf Channel, and the SEC Network.
“We’re thrilled to be able to offer TV service to businesses in these communities we already serve,” said Julie Maiers, TDS vice president of marketing and product development, in a prepared statement. “We’re committed to providing businesses with the most innovative and reliable products and services. This new offering is part of that commitment.”
The move builds on expansion earlier this year by the telecom provider. We reported in January that TDS was moving forward with expansion plans that include fiber broadband and IPTV. The latest example includes expansion of TDS TV to almost 2,200 addresses in southern Wisconsin. The new offerings, which were made possible by ongoing network investments and upgrades, were to be available in Albany, Blanchardville, Browntown, Juda, Monticello and South Wayne. The service was already available in nearby Monroe.