Zurich-based Cablecom is increasing the speeds on its Fiber Power broadband internet service to 20 Mbps. The cablenet says that at CHF 50 (€35) it is offering a product four times faster than competing products, and at a comparable price. The 20 Mbps product replaces the current 10 Mbps top speed.
“In terms of speed, we are setting ourselves significantly apart from the competition with the next-generation Fiber Power cable network,” explains Eric Tveter, Managing Director of cablecom. “As speedleader our offer takes up where our competitors’ speed range ends”.
Cablecom has sunk over CHF 1 billion into network expansion in recent years. The 20 Mbps service is available across the network with 60% of households soon able to upgrade to speeds of 50 Mbps and 100 Mbps.
Cablecom has now begun using the logo of its parent company UPC in its marketing as part of transition to the new brand.