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Consumers in three more North Wales towns look to set to benefit from access to next generation broadband, it has been reported.

According to the Daily Post, 20,000 homes and businesses in Buckley, Hawarden and Holywell will be able to enjoy faster download speeds following upgrade work to their local communications infrastructure.

Broadband provider BT is set to carry out the work by spring 2011, as part of its £1.5 billion telephone exchange upgrade programme.

The towns will join Connah's Quay, Mold, Rhyl and Wrexham in gaining access to faster download speeds.

Upon completion of the work, residents should be able to receive 24Mb broadband, greatly enhancing their online experience.

Last week, This is the West Country reported that Bideford, Honiton and Sidmouth in the south-west of England are also to benefit from BT's upgrade work.

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