Cable operator Com Hem has launched a 100Mbps broadband service to 1.4 million Swedish households.
The service is now available to 95% of the companys broadband network, which it said was in-keeping with the governmentÂs plan for 90% of the country to have access to 100Mbps broadband by 2020.
The Broadband XXL service costs SEK99 (Â9.50) per month for the first three months and SEK399 thereafter. Customers signing a 12-month contract can buy a wireless modem for SEK1.
Com Hem expects to extend the reach of the service to 1.5 million homes during the first quarter of 2010.
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