Com Hem will be delisted and the last day of trading is 1 November 2018

October 10, 2018

Com Hem Holding AB (publ) (“Com Hem”) has in a press release on October 8, 2018 communicated that Com Hem has applied for delisting of the company’s share from Nasdaq Stockholm, Large Cap.

Nasdaq Stockholm has now approved the company’s application for delisting and decided that the last day of trading in the Com Hem share on Nasdaq Stockholm, Large Cap, will be 1 November 2018.

For queries, please contact:                 

Media
Fredrik Hallstan, Head of PR
Tel: +46 (0)709 48 52 72
fredrik.hallstan@comhem.com

Investors
Marcus Lindberg, Head of Investor Relations 
Tel: +46(0)734 39 25 40
marcus.lindberg@comhem.com 

The information in this press release was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, at 15:00 CEST on October 10, 2018. 

About Com Hem Group
Com Hem Group supplies broadband, TV, play and telephony services to Swedish households and companies under its two brands Com Hem and Boxer. The Group also includes the communication operator iTUX Communication AB which provides open fibre to service providers. We bring our 1.45 million customers a large range of digital-TV channels and play services via set top boxes as well as on-the-go for tablets and smartphones. Our powerful and future-proofed network with speeds up to 1.2 Gbit/s, covers 60% of the country’s households, making the Com Hem Group an important driver of creating a digital Sweden. Com Hem Group was founded in 1983 and has approximately 1,100 employees. Com Hem Group is headquartered in Stockholm and in 2017, Group sales totalled SEK 7,136 million. Since 2014 the Com Hem share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.