Yorkshire has become one of the first British counties to become 100 per cent broadband ready.
The final exchange, at Ramsgill Dale in North Yorkshire, was enabled for broadband at the end of December.
Jim Farmery, head of technology infrastructure at Yorkshire Forward, said: " This is a very proud moment for everyone involved. Geography is no longer a barrier to progress for any firm in our region.
"All businesses that did not have access to broadband are now able to compete more effectively in the global market."
The deal was brokered in an attempt to get more of the region on high speed internet connections. Yorkshire currently has a low take-up of broadband lines, something which the agency is hoping to improve.
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