FibreSpeed and exwavia bring wireless broadband to Anglesey
FibreSpeed and exwavia have announced residents and businesses on the Isle of Anglesey can now take advantage of their high-speed wireless broadband service.
Cutting-edge technology developed by exwavia means islanders living in broadband slow spots and not spots can now access a reliable connection.
The links have gone live, enabling existing exwavia customers to browse the web with minimum speeds of 4Mbps.
Annette Burgess, the managing director of the Powys-based company, unveiled plans for the wireless network in January and admitted the project has been a “real challenge”.
She paid tribute to Anglesey County Council for its help and support in helping to deliver an initiative that was “beginning to look like Mission: Impossible”.
Sales manager of FibreSpeed David Ferguson added: “This is a great day for Anglesey. This final link brings the island into line with the rest of the UK.”
Residents are now being urged to contact exwavia to register for installations.
FibreSpeed claims its wholesale broadband network, which was initially planned to connect 14 business parks, could be expanded to take in around 50 locations across Wales.