Business Internet, Phone & Cable TV Recreation Solutions
Ultra-reliable Internet, cable TV and phone services are key to business success. Process credit card transactions instantly. Research the latest weather conditions, new travel routes and gear at blistering speeds. Entertain and inform clients with a wide variety of high-definition programming. Never miss a customer call again thanks to advanced phone features like call forwarding and voicemail. At BendBroadband, we deliver all the services you need to help your business succeed.
Guests were pleading for Wi-Fi and we barely had enough bandwidth for our own operations. BendBroadband looked at our situation and installed a point-to-point data link that delivered both.
We've built an ultra-fast, ultra-reliable data infrastructure in Central Oregon. With cable Internet speeds up to 600 Mbps and fiber speeds up to 1 Gbps, we can deliver a robust connection so you can deliver high-speed Wi-Fi for your guests.
Crystal-clear, reliable communication with advanced features like call waiting, voicemail and multiple lines ensure you'll never miss a call.
With straightforward pricing and no unexpected fees, managedIP Hosted, powered by TDS, is a robust VoIP solution that pays for itself.
With hundreds of high-definition channels and packages for sports fans, music lovers and news buffs, we have the video package to keep your guests engaged, entertained and captivated.
We've been a part of Central Oregon since 1955. Our installation, billing and tech support teams are all local.
Our network was built for ultimate reliability. With hundreds of miles of fiber and cable laid out along redundant routes, you can rest assured that our service will be there when you need it.
Our tech support teams are available 24/7, giving you piece of mind you need to focus on what matters most: your patients.
BendBroadband helps Mt. Bachelor overcome a mountain (literally) of IT obstacles.
When BendBroadband entered the equation, the Mt. Bachelor ski resort found themselves facing a variety of technological challenges common in the ever-evolving IT industry. They needed to increase available bandwidth for their own staff and for guests (in order to provide Wi-Fi). They also needed to build-in redundancy and consolidate their systems which, at the time, were divided among three different providers and all relied heavily on a microwave antenna at the Pine Marten lodge that was highly susceptible to weather-related outages.