Baja Broadband rebrands as TDS; parent group increases Gigabit footprint

12 May 2015

Baja Broadband officially changed its name to TDS yesterday (11 May 2015), adopting its parent company’s branding in the process. In the two years since Baja’s takeover, new owner Telephone and Data Systems (TDS) has invested more than USD11 million in network improvements. According to TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database, in February 2013 TDS acquired Baja Broadband from M/C Partners and Columbia Capital for an undisclosed price. Baja provides video, high speed internet and voice services to residential and corporate customers in Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Utah.

In related news, TDS has confirmed that it has extended its 1Gbps fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) network to Monticello, Minnesota. 2015 has so far seen Gigabit connectivity extended to Mt Juliet, Tennessee (January); Farragut, Tennessee and Camden County, Georgia (February); Dane County, Wisconsin (March); and Bonners Lake/Wheatland, Wisconsin (April).

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