Com Hem extends service area
October 23, 2012 09.01 Europe/London By Julian Clover

Com Hem has signed an agreement with Luleć city network operator LUNET to provide TV, broadband and telephony services.

Homeowners in Luleć will be first to receive fibre-delivered services in a package that gives them access to high speed broadband, a 160 channel package including 19 in HD, and premium channels from Viasat and C More.
The remaining residential households in LUNET network will have access to Com Hem’s services after the New Year.

“Com Hem is a leader in Sweden for TV and has a very good and broad offering. Thanks to this agreement, we can offer Com Hem services to a whole new market, which had previously not had the opportunity. For us and our clients, it feels like a natural part of metropolitan industry development that collaboration come about, says Tomas Sundström, CEO of LUNET.

LUNET is Luleć’s largest provider of fiber-based broadband to both private households and small business fixed line and mobile operators, reaching all districts and 35 towns and villages in the municipality.