A resident fed-up with slow internet speeds has launched a petition to bring fibre optic broadband to his housing estate.
Leslie Barry believes that Kings Reach is the only residential area in Lynn which does not have high speed broadband.
He has been told by BT Openreach that it is not commercially viable for it to hook up the estate.
Mr Barry, 28, has run a petition around the estate and has gathered 380 signatures from people wanting high speed internet.
Mr Barry said: “I believe we are the only people in the town not to have been upgraded.
“If they are going to upgrade the whole of the area they shouldn’t leave a housing estate out.”
Openreach is working with Norfolk County Council to double the number of homes and business in the county with access to high speed internet.
A BT spokesman said: “It has always been made clear that not all areas served on an enabled BT exchange would be able to receive fibre broadband. There are further cabinets still to be deployed in Lynn as part of our commercial roll-out but unfortunately some, such as the one serving the majority of Kings Reach, are not commercially viable for BT to invest alone.”
Cabinet member for economic development Ann Steward, said BT is completing on-the-ground survey work for this project, which has received £15 million Government funding.
She said: “We can’t tell people which areas will receive new services first until this and other work is completed,because we don’t want to raise people’s expectations before we know with more certainty what we can deliver.”