Virgin Media has committed to extend fibre broadband coverage to two rural communities in north-east Lincolnshire.
Households and businesses in the communities of Habrough and Stallingborough are set to gain access to up to 120Mb download speeds.
The investment comes following a lengthy campaign organised by community engagement group One Voice, which has been seeking to boost broadband services in the area.
Virgin Media spokesperson Duncan Watts commented: "We are delighted to confirm that we will be extending our fibre-optic network to bring super-fast broadband and next-generation TV services to the residents of Habrough and Stallingborough.
"As the project will require significant construction, we are currently working through the planning stages and liaising with the local council to seek approvals for the works required."
Mr Watts said the company will begin scheduling its broadband rollout as soon as received.
Earlier this year, Virgin Media revealed that more than ten million UK homes and businesses are now able to take advantage of its super-fast broadband network.