BT is to expand its superfast broadband coverage commitments in Cornwall to 95 percent of the county.
The firm said it is able to increase the rollout from its original plan of 80 percent due to savings made during the early work of the project.
This has included the use of innovative delivery services such as running fibre from overhead poles into houses, such as in Falmouth, pictured below.
"We have been able to test run some new innovations in the county and as a result have delivered efficiencies which are now enabling us to go further than we first thought possible," said Openreach chief executive Liv Garfield.
"This is a public private partnership that is delivering with the upside of the efficiencies being reinvested in the county."
Internet minister Ed Vaizey welcomed the news from BT as vital to the UK economy.
"The UK already does more business online than any other European country, and widespread access to superfast broadband will provide a tremendous boost to Cornwall's local economy," he said.
The news comes as interest in the network continues to grow with Ranulf Scarbrough, the director of the Cornwall Superfast Broadband Programme at BT, revealing to V3 that customers are snapping up the services on offer.
"We've now seen take up of 21,000 connections as Cornwall is really embracing the new network," he said.
Scarbrough also hinted there would be a further update on the progress of the rollout but refused to elaborate any more details.
Last week BT announced a £3.7m project to use a dormant broadband cable to bring superfast services to the Isles of Scilly (pictured below).
Scarbrough outlined some of the challenges facing the firm on this work, including the use of cable laying boats and submarines, and avoiding shipwrecks.
The work in the Isles of Scilly and Cornwall is part of a £132m project first announced in September 2010 to bring superfast services to the entire region, backed by funding from the European Union.
V3 was in Cornwall last November to see how the project was progressing and to hear how services are helping transform the county.
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