Demand more

NBCUniversalWe all love the convenience of having things right at our fingertips. I come from a generation that never had to get up to change the channel on the television. I couldn’t even imagine the coin flips, arm wrestling matches, or first to call “not it’s” that must have occurred during those troubling times.

Fortunately, we now live in a different age and we now have remote controls and the convenience of having programming at the ready all the time. We all love the services the Connnected-Home DVR provides with TDS TV—it gives you the freedom to watch anywhere, anytime. But beyond the DVR, there’s also on-demand programming.

These days, on-demand services are becoming the standard, but they’re also becoming costly (or are only “free” or *free). What happened to those good old days? Queuing up the latest “Parks and Rec” on www.nbc.com or maybe “Hell’s Kitchen” on Hulu didn’t cost a penny and was fairly reliable. Everyone is out to make a buck nowadays though, with the Hulu Plus services and other pay-a-monthly-fee-for-your-tv-needs providers are making headway on your wallet.

Well good news, TDS TV customers, the free on-demand offerings are not only included with every package, they’re becoming more robust than ever. As of November 22nd at 12:01 a.m, TDS TV is now offering a myriad of exciting new channels and shows all available at the touch of a button. Below is a list of all the new stations, and their corresponding subscription packages. They will show up the next time you visit the VOD Store on your set-top box. From there, find your favorite shows and let the hours of TV watching commence!

—Austin

New VOD offerings

About TVTesters

Austin and Eric are “friendly testers” for TDS TV. They’re both TDS employees who volunteered to be guinea pigs try our newest product and put it through its paces in their homes. They’re not getting paid to use TDS TV or share their opinions, but they’ve offered to share their honest insights here. Austin: I’m a technology nut with a deep rooted passion for sports. Being able to watch every game for the teams I root for is essential. When I heard about TDS TV at the office, I couldn’t raise my hand fast enough to volunteer to test it out. Whether it’s a new set-top box, interface, or channels, I’ll be testing them and providing my honest feedback. Eric: I’m a sports geek and a techie nerd. I play/watch just about every sport and I love to mess around with electronic gadgets. At TDS I have experienced everything from dial-up Internet to a super high-speed connection and have tested products before. My wife is sort of a TV co-tester since we watch most of the shows we record together. I think it’s pretty cool I get to share my TDS TV experiences here!
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