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Posted Thu, Aug 04, 2022
Tachus has been rated as an industry leader in telecommunications and Internet service! Every year, Tachus, along with other Internet providers and companies
Posted Fri, Jul 29, 2022
In this day and age, you can use your smartphone for just about anything. You can stream videos, communicate with your friends, families, or coworkers in countless different ways, monitor your home appliances
Posted Mon, Jul 11, 2022
When you’re setting up your network at home, it’s often a good idea to use wired connection for at least a couple of your most important devices.
Posted Mon, Jun 27, 2022
Want to watch your favorite baseball team this season, but don’t know how without cable TV? Not to worry! There are a few ways you can watch the Houston Astros live using a streaming service.
Posted Thu, Jun 09, 2022
Customers who receive Tachus Fiber Internet have access to unlimited data, meaning they can stream, game, videocall, and work from home to their heart’s content.
Posted Wed, Jun 01, 2022
What is transparent Internet service? Transparency is a word we use a lot at Tachus because it’s something we take seriously. The Internet is an essential resource.
Posted Tue, Apr 12, 2022
As a local Internet provider, Tachus was founded with the mission to provide the fastest, most reliable service to our communities.
Posted Mon, Mar 28, 2022
Tachus customers have the option of choosing any Wi-Fi router or mesh system that bests suits them and their needs. We believe that no two households use their Internet connection the same way, so one router will not fit all users.
Posted Mon, Mar 14, 2022
For many years, copper cables were what most Internet connections were built upon — and were often the same lines to which households connected their landlines.
Posted Wed, Mar 02, 2022
While wireless equipment has become easier to install over the years, you may have to make some adjustments while installing your new router if you want to get the most out of it.
Posted Mon, Feb 14, 2022
What are the benefits of signing up for Tachus? Here are some things you can count on from our service.
Posted Mon, Feb 07, 2022
So you’ve decided to cut the cord and are figuring out where to begin. There are a few steps you need to take in order to successfully ditch cable for good
Posted Mon, Jan 17, 2022
Your Internet connection can only be as fast and reliable as your wireless signal can allow it to be. If you want your Wi-Fi to match the speeds your Internet provider promised you,
Posted Thu, Dec 30, 2021
How much speed do you need? It’s not always easy to figure out what Internet speed your household needs—especially as you upgrade or add to the devices your household uses.
Posted Tue, Dec 14, 2021
2021 has been an eventful year for Tachus. With your support we’ve grown, brought our service into new communities, and even moved to a new home! We have a lot to be thankful for.
Posted Mon, Dec 06, 2021
Each year, the Internet sees a spike in usage during the holiday season. Whether we’re contacting family members and loved ones, arranging travel plans,
Posted Mon, Nov 15, 2021
Tachus, a leading high-speed fiber Internet provider launched in late 2018 in The Woodlands, Texas, today announced that it has connected its 10,000th household with reliable, lightning-fast Internet that is up to ten times faster than the avera...
Posted Thu, Nov 04, 2021
Contracts spanning twelve months or more can be a hard pill to swallow when signing up for Internet service. Many providers will lure you into a one-year or two-year contract with a lower upfront price (only for it to be hiked back up the first ...
Posted Mon, Oct 25, 2021
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a burgeoning field that has been developing at an extraordinary pace. In 2020, there were over eight billion devices utilizing IoT connections. By the end of 2025, we expect to see over sixteen billion.
Posted Tue, Oct 12, 2021
Since November 2018, Tachus has worked to bring high-speed fiber Internet to communities throughout north Houston and Montgomery County.