Swedish cable operator Com Hem has struck an agreement with housing association Rosendal Fastigheter to deliver high-speed broadband services to its properties for the next three years.
Com Hem will initially deliver 1Gbps broadband via its fiberLAN network to 113 apartments, followed by a further 344 apartments in Uppsala in 2017. Rosendal Fastigheter currently plans to construct a further 2,000 new homes that will be connected by Com Hem.
“We adapt our offering to the individual needs of landlords. In this particular project, students and other young people with high demands on their connectivity are living in the property and we believe they will appreciate our high-speed services of up to 1 Gbit/s,” said Stefan Trampus, director of sales at Com Hem.
“Modern technology is always a hygiene factor for us. By offering the fastest broadband in the market, we can attract young people whose lives revolve around their smartphones and computers,” said Henrik Svanqvist, CEO of Rosendal Fastigheter.
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