Residents and businesses on the Isle of Anglesey have gained access to high-speed wireless broadband services for the first time.
FibreSpeed and broadband provider Exwavia have joined forces to launch super-fast web services on the island, which lies off the north-western tip of Wales, reports ISPreview.co.uk.
The new Wi-Fi service will offer access to up to 14Mb download speeds, with subscribers receiving a minimum of 4Mb broadband.
Previously, residents on the island have suffered from poor or non-existent broadband services, blighted by slow download speeds.
FibreSpeed's Sales Manager David Ferguson said the completion of the new network represented "a great day for Anglesey".
"We have been very active across the north Wales mainland and Snowdonia and this final link brings the island into line with the rest of the UK. It is brilliant news," he stated.
Last week, Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced that a further £56.9 million has been made available for the rollout of high-speed broadband across Wales.