We live in an age when the ability to communicate is everything. Keeping us all calling, texting, tweeting and instant messaging are huge international telecoms networks that constitute the global internet. But what happens when they get overloaded or damaged? From an all-out terrorist attack to unexpected solar storms, deadly hurricanes and tidal waves, most big telecoms companies have a back-up plan for wherever and whenever disaster strikes. Where that plan is carried out from, however, might surprise; the south of England.
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