TDS building fiber networks in Combined Locks and Harrison, Wisconsin
At least 5.5K addresses will gain up to 2Gig internet, plus TV and phone
TDS Telecommunications LLC (TDS®) is announcing plans to build fiber networks in both Combined Locks and Harrison, Wisconsin. The projects will ultimately connect at least 5,500 addresses across Combined Locks and Harrison to the fiber-to-the-home network. Residents will gain access to up to 2Gig internet, TV, and phone, and business customers can choose dedicated fiber connections and voice services. Construction is expected to begin next year with services becoming available in phases as work is completed.
“We’re excited to bring this technology to residents and businesses in these Fox Valley communities,” said Andrew Petersen, Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs at TDS. “Fiber connections not only bring world-class internet speeds, they also deliver reliability so residents can work and play any time of day, rain or shine.”
Residential customers can choose from a range of symmetrical internet speeds up to 2 Gigabit (2,000Mbps) internet download and upload, along with TDS TV®+ and phone services. Business customers gain dedicated connections, TDS TV+, and managed IP—TDS’ hosted VoIP communications solution.
The company recently shared its plans to build fiber networks in Green Bay, Oshkosh, Ashwaubenon, Suamico, Howard, and Hobart. TDS’ fiber network in the Fox Cities of Appleton, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute, Menasha, and Neenah began launching to customers this fall. TDS is also nearing completion on projects in both Wausau and Stevens Point. TDS has been doing business in the state for 53 years and serves customers in 32 states.
Residents interested in learning more about TDS fiber services can visit TDSFiber.com for more information.