Alnmouth, Lesbury and Widdrington Station will be the first places to benefit from new superfast broadband in Northumberland.
The multi million pound iNorthumberland project is three months ahead of schedule.
Lynemouth, Red Row, Seahouses and Shilbottle will follow in the first phase of the project which will see fibre broadband made available to thousands more homes and businesses within the next six months.
"This is exciting news for everyone who lives and works in Northumberland. I'm sure that superfast broadband will open the doors to countless business and leisure opportunities boosting the more rural areas and supporting our thriving local communities.
"I hope that everyone will take advantage of this technology when it arrives so that as a county we embrace all the benefits it has to offer."
Superfast broadband has arrived in Northumberland. The Northumberland Broadband Project has been launched to give the county's rural communities access to the same internet speeds as urban areas.
Using funding from BT, the European Regional Development Fund, Broadband Delivery UK and Northumberland County Council, the project is bringing superfast broadband to over 90% of Northumberland's homes and businesses.