Necedah, Wisconsin residents can now register for TDS fiber service
Super-fast up to 8Gig symmetrical internet connections will be available
Telecommunications LLC (TDS®) has opened registration for fiber services in Necedah, Wisconsin. Residents can visit TDSFiber.com to learn more about pricing and packages and sign up for services. The company expects it will connect the first customers before the end of the year.
“With construction now well underway, residents can start exploring and choosing what services they want at their home or business,” says Drew Petersen, senior vice president of Corporate Affairs for TDS. “Registering in advance means that as soon as we turn on the network in your area, you’ll get a call to schedule your installation.”
The fiber network upgrade is being partially funded by a $1.08 million Wisconsin Public Service Commission Wisconsin Broadband Access Grant awarded to TDS in October of 2021.
TDS celebrated the start of work on the all-fiber network earlier this summer. The Madison-headquartered company is bringing symmetrical internet speeds starting at 300Mbps up to 8Gig for residents. For businesses, TDS will offer 10Gig dedicated connections with a service level agreement. The project will also expand the availability of the company’s TV product, TDS TV®+.
The super-fast internet options are faster than what the company originally planned. TDS was awarded the grant to bring speeds up to 1Gig but is now installing infrastructure to deliver even faster internet options to the 805 Necedah addresses included in the project.
Over fiber, TDS also offers a super-fast low-cost product for qualifying Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) participants. TDS Connect includes 200Mbps/200Mbps speeds at a price that is fully covered by the monthly ACP benefit.
TDS has been serving customers in the Badger State for more than 50 years. Residents and businesses interested in learning more about TDS products can visit TDSFiber.com.
This project is being supported in part by federal award number 416805 awarded to Central State Telephone DBA TDS Telecommunications LLC by the U.S. Department of Treasury. These federal funds were made available through the American Rescue Plan Act and the State of Wisconsin, acting by and through the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.