The Ospreys are proud to announce Dyfed Telecom as their official Telecoms Partner for the 2020/21 season.
The company has offices in Carmarthen and Newtown and has rapidly cemented its reputation for delivering high quality technical support and expertise in the mobile phone and broadband field.
Since 2011, Dyfed Telecom has established itself as the number one supplier of 4G mobile broadband and mobile phones to homes, farms and businesses across Wales.
The company has provided broadband and mobile phone services for a host of rugby players, including our own new Attack coach, Brock James, flanker Dan Lydiate, and Ospreys legend Shane Williams.
Dyfed Telecom have also introduced a new 4G Broadband network to the Ospreys new temporary training base at St Helen’s after the move from Llandarcy due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Founder and owner Alistair Cox, who grew up near the Gnoll in Neath and is a lifelong Ospreys supporter, and his team have installed an invaluable outdoor system to allow staff and players to connect to the internet pitch side at St Helen’s.
Meirion Davies, Dyfed Telecom Head of Operations, said:
“All of us at Dyfed Telecom are really excited about coming on board with the Ospreys. Both the Ospreys and ourselves are very rooted and focused on the communities we are a part of.
“With lots of people working at home, and with home schooling, we all appreciate the benefit of the technology we provide at Dyfed Telecom. It has become critical during this extraordinary time and had helped us all to keep in touch with friends and family.