Swedish cable operator Com Hem has struck an agreement with local network operator Stadsnät i Svealand AB that will see it distribute its services, including the TiVo advanced TV platform, to Stadsnät i Svealand customers.
Stadsnät i Svealand delivers services to about 50,000 homes in the Mälardalen region in eastern central Sweden – specifically in the cities of Västerås, Eskilstuna, Hallstahammar and Arboga – the second largest urban area in the country after the capital, Stockholm.
Stadsnät i Svealand AB sales and marketing chief Niklas Dennerås said the operator was pleased and proud to offer Com Hem services to its subscribers as one of the service providers available on the network.
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