Residents on Scotland's most remote inhabited island are continuing to argue the case for improved broadband connectivity.
Just 70 people live on Fair Isle - which is located 25 miles from the nearest community - and locals are seeking improved internet services to enable better communication with the outside world.
Lisa Sinclair, who lives with her husband and four children on the island, told the BBC that strong broadband links are especially important for people living in isolated locations.
"If the only people who have good broadband access are where it's economically viable, where the company's going to get its biggest dividends, then smaller areas are really at a disadvantage," she stated.
"I'm working with a music composer from Iceland and have to send large files and it takes absolutely hours."
Fair Isle is located between the Shetland and Orkney isles off the northern coast of Scotland, at a latitude similar to Oslo and St Petersburg.
Locals can fly to the mainland on three days per week, while one boat leaves for Shetland every seven days - all subject to weather conditions.