Com Hem has signed a deal with property developer K-Fastigheter that will see new rental homes connected to the Swedish operator’s hybrid fibre coaxial network.
The five year exclusive deal applies to new rental units built mainly in the Öresund and Stockholm regions.
“Our goal is to build at least 2,500 apartments across Sweden by 2016. In our aim to give tenants access to fast, stable and user-friendly broadband, Com Hem is a natural partner,” says Jacob Karlsson, CEO and managing partner of Karlsson Equity Holding.
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