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[December 04, 2012]

Green Cares gets a helping hand from TDS employees

(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 04 December 2012 Release date- 03122012 - Employees at TDS Telecommunications Corp. (TDS) in Monroe, Wis., are choosing to make a difference this holiday season.

On Nov. 27, TDS employees presented a check for $1,425 and several boxes of food to Green Cares.

'We wanted to give back, to help others in the community,' says Melissa DiTulio, customer service administrator for TDS in Monroe. 'Hosting a collection drive for Green Cares was a great way to get everyone involved. And, it feels great to deliver food and a cash donation to help them support so many in the Monroe area.' This is the third year TDS employees collected donations and food for Green Cares. In addition to supporting Green Cares, TDS regularly donates goods, services, and funds, along with countless volunteer hours, to area charities throughout the year.


TDS Telecommunications Corp. (TDS) is the seventh largest telecom provider in the U.S. For more than 40 years, the company has been connecting people with high-speed Internet, phone, and TV entertainment services in hundreds of rural, suburban, and metropolitan communities across 31 states. Today, TDS has more than 1.1 million equivalent access lines in service and 2,700 employees. Business customers select from the latest technologies, including: VoIP (managedIP) phone service, dedicated Internet, data networking, and hosted-managed services. Visit www.tdstelecom.com or www.tdsbusiness.com for more information.

TDS Telecommunications Corp. also manages the operations of VISI Incorporated, TEAM Technologies, OneNeck IT Services Corp., and Vital Support Systems through TDS Hosted & Managed Services, LLC. These companies employ more than 500 people, who specialize in engineering and management of IT infrastructure, including: hosted application management, managed hosting, enterprise cloud services, and Tier III data centers. Visit: www.visi.com, www.team-companies.com, www.oneneck.com, and www.vitalsupport.com for details.

TDS Telecommunications Corp. headquartered in Madison, Wis. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. [NYSE: TDS]. A Fortune 500 company, Telephone and Data Systems provides wireless, local and long-distance telephone and broadband services to approximately 7 million customers in 36 states through TDS Telecommunications Corp. and U.S. Cellular [NYSE: USM], its majority owned wireless subsidiary. Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Chicago, Telephone and Data Systems employed 12,300 people as of June 30, 2012. Visit www.teldta.com for investor information.

For more information contact: Cindy Tomlinson / Associate Manager - PR / TDS Telecommunications Corp. / 608-664-4471 / cindy.tomlinson@tdstelecom.com [Editorial queries for this story should be sent to newswire@enpublishing.co.uk] ((Comments on this story may be sent to info@enpublishing.co.uk)) (c) 2012 Electronic News Publishing -

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