The Oxfordshire village of Blewbury is now leading BT's Race to Infinity, the internet service provider (ISP) has revealed.
Last month, BT pledged to bring fibre-optic broadband to the five communities demonstrating the highest level of demand for advanced web services.
Throughout November and December, broadband deal subscribers have been able to vote for their town or village to receive a prioritised network upgrade, with the locations receiving the highest percentage of votes set for a major speed boost.
Blewbury has received 1,012 votes with the ISP, representing 82 per cent of broadband connections, followed by Caxton in Cambridgeshire with 79 per cent.
Castleton near Newport (68 per cent), Madingley in Cambridgeshire (60 per cent) and Whitchurch, Hampshire (56 per cent) currently occupy the rest of the top five.
Race to Infinity voting will continue up until December 31st, meaning consumers still have time to push their own home location up the chart.