Swedish cable operator Com Hem has begun launching its video-on-demand service. The service will initially be tested amongst 14,000 residents of the town of StÃ¥ngÃ¥staden in LinkÃ¶ping.
Com Hem said it would invest over SEK200m (18m) in the project over the next year. The service will be made available more widely from the end of the summer, and the operator plans to make it available to 500,000 households by the end of the year. Com Hem is offering movies on demand (Videobutik), a range of catch-up TV programmes (Play) and a music on-demand service (Musik).Â