A blog from the University of Borås

Friday, September 4, 2009

Internet options for international students

A large number of students are interested in broadband internet for their homes and are wondering what options exist. The university has summarised the available options below using the knowledge we have been able to gather.

Companies not requiring a Swedish personal identity number
3: They offer a cash card offering bredband that costs 299 kr/month. The card can be purchased online using a Visa or Mastercard and possibly from their store.
Comviq: They offer a cash card offering bredband that costs 300 kr/month. The card can be purchased online using a Visa or Mastercard.
Glocalnet: They require a person with a Swedish personal identity number to sign on as a guarantor before you get a contract.
Telenor: They require a person with a Swedish personal identity number to sign on as a guarantor before you get a contract.
ComHem: They require you to pay a full year deposit to open an account.

Companies requiring a Swedish personal identity number
Tele 2, Telia (unable to contact)

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