Swedish cable operator Com Hem, now part of Tele2, has soft-launched a mobile telephony offering as part of the range of services it provides.
The cable operator is offering mobile over Tele2’s network, which it says reaches 99.9% of the Swedish population.
”Tele2’s and Com Hem’s common journey has just started. Thanks to Tele2’s nationwide network, Com Hem is well positioned within the telecom market to offer customers world-class connectivity. The addition of mobile telephony completes Com Hem’s consumer portfolio and offers our customers connectivity wherever they are. We are the first brand in Sweden to combine broadband, tv and mobile services in one offering and one bill,” said Samuel Skott, executive vice-president B2C Sweden at Tele2.
Tele2 completed its takeover of Com Hem in November, with all of Com Hem holding’s assets and liabilities transferred to Tele2, subsequently appointing Tele2 product management chief Kim Hagberg to head up the integration of the pair.
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