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An electronic warfare unit based in Wales will soon be able to enjoy improved broadband speeds after the installation of a wireless network.

After BT refused to provide 14 Signal Regiment with a sufficiently-quick service at their Cawdor Barracks in St David's, west Wales, the unit decided to go wireless.

TFL now supplies a 54Mb connection to the remote part of the principality, which came as a relief to regimental administrative officer Captain Reg White.

He commented: "Our troops on deployment probably found it easier to connect to broadband than we did here in west Wales.

"We are in a remote part of the country, but that should not prevent us from delivering first-class telecommunications services to our soldiers."

TFL provides on-site and mobile business communications, along with wireless broadband internet, offered in conjunction with

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