Arklow Town and Wicklow Town will be two of the 50 towns nationwide that will benefit from phase one of a new high speed broad band scheme.
Vodafone and ESB have combined to offer the service which will see speeds of between 200 Mbps to 1000 Mbps being offered under a project that will coast an estimated €450m.
According to the firms Ireland will become the first country in Europe to use existing electricity infrastructure to deploy fibre directly into homes and businesses.
Under phase one of the project, it is estimated that 500,000 will be reached by the end of 2018.
Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Pat Rabbitte, has described the project as one of the most significant developments in the state since the introduction of electricity.
Below in the full list of towns that will benefit from phase one of the project:
Little Island, East Cork
Skerries / Rush, Dublin
Swords /Malahide/Portmarnock, Dublin