Internet service provider BT is fully committed to upgrading its broadband infrastructure in Wales, it has been claimed.
Speaking to the Daily Post, BT Wales Director Ann Beynon claimed there is a "quiet revolution" going on in terms of the region's broadband.
Last month, 11,000 homes and businesses in Connah's Quay became the first in the principality to gain access fibre-optic broadband.
Ms Beynon said that the move into the town was "great news", and BT now intends to build on this achievement.
"We already have exchanges in England that cross over into Wales but we have big plans for north Wales itself over the next few years," she stated.
"We're quietly upgrading this exciting new broadband technology - Wrexham is coming up soon, and we-re going further across north-east Wales."
BT is currently investing up to £2.5 billion upgrading its broadband infrastructure across the UK to support next-generation web services.