Businesses and residents in North Lincolnshire are being quizzed about which areas would benefit from increased broadband services.
The region's council has around £5 million to spend on improving superfast broadband in the area and wants to get around 90 per cent of residents connected.
Council leader Liz Redfern told the BBC: "If broadband is important to you personally or for business, please spare a few minutes of your time to complete the survey.
"By doing so, you will help bring super-fast broadband to North Lincolnshire."
Earlier this month it was reported that one area of Lincolnshire is already getting ready to benefit from superfast broadband.
East Lindsey has the largest proportion of homes and businesses in the county with no broadband access and those which do have access have some of the slowest speeds in the country.
Thanks to £1 million of funding, the district council is hoping to have 90 per cent of properties hooked up to superfast speeds by 2015, with the remainder having speeds of at least 2Mb, reports the Horncastle News.