For TDS Fixed Segment, "More Advanced Technology" Means Cable TV

Talking about a name change for its Baja Broadband cable TV company, acquired in 2013, TDS reminds observers that the acquisition was made “with the intent of bringing more advanced technology to customers.”

For TDS, the seventh-largest U.S. telco, that says something--”more advanced technology.”

Baja Broadband operates in the U.S. Southwest (New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, Colorado) and Texas.

TDS also has acquired Bend Broadband, serving Bend, Oregon.

To be sure, TDS these days makes most of its money from mobile operations (US Cellular) than fixed network telephony or cable TV. US Cellular serves 4.7 million accounts, while TDS fixed network operations serve 1.1 million accounts. Its cable operations have about 267,000 accounts. TV
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