Streaming TDS TV+

TDS TV+ App on Phone, Tablets and Streaming Devices

With TDS TV+, you can watch programming on more than just the TV that’s hooked up to a TDS TV+ receiver. Use the TDS TV+ app in your home on your phone, tablets, and streaming devices.

Note: The TDS TV+ app works at your home only.

Below is the list of devices that are compatible with your TDS TV+ product:

  • Apple TV – 4th Generation, 4K
  • Amazon Fire TV Stick – Second Generation and newer
  • Amazon Fire TV Cube
  • Apple iOS – Devices still receiving iOS updates
  • iPhone & iPad
  • Phone & Tablet
  • Xiaomi Mi Box

Steps to download TDS TV+ mobile app

Downloading from the App Store or Google Play store onto your personal device (phone, tablet, etc.)

  • For Apple iOS users, go to the App Store and search “TDS TV+”. Select the “Get” button to download the app onto your device.

Connecting your Personal Device to your TDS TV+ Receiver

Note: Maximum of 5 registered personal devices, with a concurrent stream limit of 3

  1. Download and open the TDS TV+ app on your personal device
  2. Choose your Internet provider: either TDS or BendBroadband 
  3. Enter the username and password credentials for your TDS or BendBroadband online account
  4. Once you’ve logged in to your TDS TV+ app on a new personal device, the device will be automatically added to the personal device list in My Account.

Removing a personal device

Note: Only account administrators have the ability to remove personal devices from My Account

  1. When you’re logged into My Account, a TDS TV+ option will be listed in the left navigation menu
  2. Select View Personal Devices to be taken to a page listing the personal devices associated with your account
  3. There will be a ‘remove’ option next to each device
  4. Click ‘remove’ on the device you wish to remove from your account

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