The county of Pembrokeshire in Wales should be one of the broadband blackspots high on the government's priority list, according to one assembly member.
Preseli Pembrokeshire representative Paul Davies has brought up the access problem with the Welsh Assembly Government, drawing attention to the difficulties residents have with receiving high-speed broadband internet.
Mr Davies, who claims to have dealt with a number of complaints regarding the lack of broadband services in the area, raised the issue with the Deputy First Minister, Ieuan Wyn Jones.
The Tivy-Side Advertiser quoted him as saying: "There are many areas in my constituency that are unable to receive broadband.
"When will the government be in a position to invest in some of the areas in my constituency?"
Last year Mr Wyn Jones estimated the share of the Welsh population without high-speed broadband access at 0.6 per cent