The pair have agreed a long-term cooperation deal whereby Stofa will supply TV services and high-speed broadband to Aalborg residents and busiensses over the AN-TV cable network.
The pair have already collaborated over a number of years. AN-TV’s network is fibre-based and Aalborg broadband users have access to an average speed of 65Mbps, as against 27Mbps for the country as a whole.
Thje partnership will for the first time include an offering for businesses in Aalborg through Stofa Ehrverv, the company’s enterprise arm.
Stofa’s owner Syd Energi last week merged with telecommunications company Nyfors, with a commitment to rollout high speed broadband across northern Jutland.
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