Swedish cable operator Com Hem is launching a new cloud service, enabling its broadband customers to store files online for a fixed price of SEK59 (€6.15) a month.
Com Hem Cloud enables the cable operator’s customers to upload, sync and share images and files via phone or tablet. It said the service could also be used as a back-up for documents on PCs.
The new service is available to Com Hem’s residential broadband customer base without any additional contract commitment and can be purchased online or via the operator’s customers services reps.
Joel Westin, product director at Com Hem, said that the cloud offering was unique in offering unlimited storage space for an unlimited number of devices at an attractive price.
The launch of the cloud offering is Com Hem’s latest move into value-added services. The operator last month teamed up with smart energy technology provider TMPL to jointly offer digital services that include smart homes, energy monitoring, service provision and social interaction to Com Hem’s customers.
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