TELECOMS giant BT is bringing broadband internet to three more districts near Huddersfield.
Telephone exchanges serving Meltham, Honley and the Calder Valley will be upgraded at a cost of about £600,000 to handle high-speed broadband.
The three are among 18 exchanges across Yorkshire and the Humber to get upgrades at a cost of £3.6m.
BT aims to bring high-speed internet services within reach of 90% of UK homes and businesses through its broadband registration scheme.
Under the scheme, households and businesses served by exchanges not yet equipped with broadband can register an interest in getting the high-speed service.
BT begins installing it when enough registrations have been received to achieve a "trigger level."
Districts which have already achieved the trigger figure include Slaithwaite, Kirkburton, Skelmanthorpe and Flockton.