Swedish Cable Operator Com Hem Launches 1.2Gbps Broadband

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Swedish cable operator Com Hom has launched a new broadband service with maximum speed bandwidth of 1.2Gbps

The service which comes with the new router WiFi Hub C2, will initially rolled out to 600,000 households in Stockholm, Borås, Falun, Gothenburg, Gävle, Jönköping, Linköping, Malmö and Uppsala. The operator is charging SEK899 (€87) a month plus shipping and environmental charges, for the service.

Com Home is currently upgrading its FiberKoax network to next generation standard, Docsis 3.1. This means more capacity and higher speed to all customers in the network, and also that Com Hom will be able to deliver even faster speeds than 1200 Mbps in the future.

James Lowther, Broadband Director, Com Home
We have upgraded our network in recent years, and now we can deliver download speeds of up to 1200 Mbit / s to a large number of Swedish households. Once the rollout is complete, we will be able to offer these speeds in most of our network. The upgrade also allows even faster speeds in the future. This puts us at the center of digitization of Sweden.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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