Entry-level service provides an always-on connection, which is suitable for basic online activities like email and Web surfing.

Good for:

  • A single user/Internet-connected device
  • Sending/receiving email
  • General web surfing
  • Online searching

How fast is Lite?

Download (56Kbps to 1Mbps)
At 1Mbps:
Website Home Page (240KB) 2 sec.
4-Minute Song (4MB) 32 sec.
E-book (50MB) 6 min., 40 sec.

Please note: file size and download times are for illustration purposes only. Actual file size and download times may vary.

 

Upload (up to 512Kbps)       
At 512kbps:
Audio File (10MB) 2 min., 40 sec.
50 Photos (100MB total)
26 min., 40 sec.
Video on YouTube (500MB) 2+ hours

 

High-Speed Internet: Availability varies and speeds shown may not be available at all service addresses. Certain speeds are only offered in areas served by TDS Fiber. Speed ranges shown are expressed as ''up to'' to represent network capabilities between customer location and the TDS network. Most customers can expect to receive a stable speed within the range of the product purchased as allowed by the quality and capability of the connection; however, actual speeds experienced by customers vary and are not guaranteed. Some customers may receive lower than the indicated speed range. Speeds vary due to various factors, including but not limited to: distance from switching locations, network equipment, delivery technology, and external/internal network conditions. Speed tests may produce inconsistent results due to various factors, including the speed test program or website used, the number of devices connected to the customer's modem and whether the speed test is conducted over Wi-Fi. Customers that are not receiving the indicated speeds may cancel their service or downgrade to a lower-speed service without any termination or switching charges. Otherwise, a $15 service charge will apply to existing customers who switch plans without increasing speed or adding qualifying service. Additional equipment may be required and charges may apply. In order to maximize Internet speeds above 100Mbps, a gigabit wired Network Interface Card (NIC) and/or a more advanced wireless NIC, preferably 802.11ac or higher is needed.

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