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Welsh internet service provider (ISP) TFL has claimed that its Wi-Fi services have helped business customers make significant savings in Pembrokeshire.

The WiMAX provider said high-speed broadband connectivity has directly led to £3 million in efficiencies among customers in remote areas of the county, reports ISPrevieww.co.uk.

Power Station contractors such as Alsthom, RWE, BOC, Shaw, Dornan, John Sisk have benefited in particular, the company reported.

TFL Director Jonathan England said that in areas of Pembrokeshire which cannot receive broadband services via BT, its own network services have proved crucial.

He noted that TFL has been able to provide Pembrokeshire businesses with significantly faster broadband speeds at a much cheaper price.

BT is currently spending £2.5 billion upgrading its national telecoms network to support super-fast broadband, although some rural locations are unlikely to benefit in the short-term without public investment.

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