Army gets troops connected

January 27, 2009

Despite the plans to provide broadband for all, getting a fixed line broadband connection in extreme rural locations, such as in parts of Wales, is very difficult.

This shocked the troops based at the Cawdor Barracks in Pembrokeshire, who found that when they were in Afghanistan and Iraq they had better a better broadband service than that being offered by BT at the barracks.

Fortunately for the troops, local company TFL have deployed their high speed wireless broadband technology to the remote camp, and they are now able to stay in touch with family and friends.

Pembrokeshire is renowned for being one of the worst places in Wales to get a broadband connection and because of the rural location wireless broadband technology is the only viable solution to this problem.


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