BendBroadband Internet, TV & Phone Services

Cable & fiber internet
Local Oregon provider
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BendBroadband Overview

Calling all Oregon residents. If you’re looking for an affordable internet provider with speeds that can keep up with your buzzing lifestyle, BendBroadband may be it for you. BendBroadband is a leading provider in Central Oregon that offers high-speed internet, TV, and phone services to local residents and businesses. We break down the pros and cons below to help you decide for yourself.

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BendBroadband Internet: Top Rural Provider

BendBroadband is a fiber internet provider, which means it’s up to the task of delivering the fastest connections in its coverage area. BendBroadband internet plans include speeds up to 100, 300, 600, and 1,000 Mbps and can support all those binge nights, remote work, or gaming habits that stear you online.

When you bundle BendBroadband internet with TDS TV+ or phone services, you save both time and money when you connect your whole home. Pricing and plans vary and change depending on where you live, so it’s best to see what options are currently available in your area.

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BendBroadband Coverage Area

BendBroadband is a local telecommunications provider in Central Oregon that offers cable and fiber internet, TV, and phone services to both commercial and residential customers. Its coverage area is available to an estimated 180,000 households, more than half of which they serve today.


Pros
Fiber internet availability
Great customer service

Cons
Data caps on select plans
Slow upload speeds

BendBroadband Company Details

Originally founded as Bend TV Cable in 1955, BendBroadband is a hyperlocal provider offering telecommunications products and services in the U.S. state of Oregon. As of 2014, BendBroadband now operates as a wholly subsidiary of Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. along with regional provider TDS Telecom. BendBroadband connects residential and business customers and is headquartered in Bend, Oregon. Currently, BendBroadband serves a majority of Central Oregon and outlying rural and suburban communities where its local roots and robust fiber network make it a solid choice for many households. In addition to connecting communities, BendBroadband also commits itself to support local philanthropic work throughout its service area. Today, local nonprofit organizations based in Oregon can apply to the BendBroadband Community Partner Program to receive discounted cable TV and internet services.

BendBroadband Customer Support

BendBroadband provides multiple customer support options. If you’re experiencing a service issue, you can reach a repair or technical support technician 24/7 at 541-382-5551. To learn more about BendBroadband products and services or view frequently asked questions, access an agent on their Live Chat online.

BendBroadband FAQs

BendBroadband provides cable and fiber internet, TV, and phone services to local residential and commercial customers in Central Oregon. To see what services may be available in your area, enter your zip code above for all current options.

Yes. BendBroadband data caps vary depending on which plan you choose. For Ulta 100 Internet, customers get 500 GB/mo. For Ulta 300 Internet, customers get 750 GB/mo. And, for 1Gig Internet, customers get 1 TB/mo. You can get unlimited data when you bundle your internet service with a qualified TV package.

BendBroadband charges a flat rate of $10/mo. for every 50 GB you exceed on your monthly data cap. To prevent this, BendBroadband provides a helpful data usage tracker you can access through your customer account or by signing up for email alerts.

BendBroadband is a hyperlocal internet service provider dedicated to serving Central Oregon. To view current offers available in your area, enter your zip code above for all options.
Fiber internet is the latest in internet technology and offers the fastest speeds, delivers the largest home coverage, and supports the most device connectivity around. It uses light, rather than electric signals, to transfer data along fiber-optic glass cables to your home. However, since it’s not as widely available as DSL and cable internet, it makes up only 1 in 5 internet subscribers nationwide.

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