We present a novel scheme for cache-aided communication over multiple-input and single output (MISO) cellular networks. The presented scheme achieves the same number of degrees of freedom as known coded caching schemes, but, at much lower complexity. The scheme is derived for communication systems with heterogeneous rates and finite signal-to-noise ratio, in which links are modeled by wideband fading channels. The base station is serving multiple users simultaneously, by sending a combination of several packets, each intended for one user. The interference is either suppressed using the cache content or nulled by zero-forcing at the unintended users. We focus on efficient coding schemes, which allow for a maximum number of users to be served throughout the course of communication. An achievable rate region is characterized by determining the extreme rate vectors satisfying an efficient transmission. The analysis results in a simple scheduling scheme and in a closed-form performance analysis.