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15
October
2014
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11:32
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More villages gain access to better broadband

Fibre enabled broadband is now available to 4,000 more homes and businesses in Oxfordshire.  Over 1,000 properties in the villages of Cumnor and Farmoor are now able to order a fibre broadband package thanks to funding from Oxfordshire County Council, the Department of Culture, Media and Sport and BT.

Work has also progressed in the Boars Hill and Wootton area of the county with six broadband cabinets made live in the past few weeks.  These works have provided fibre enabled broadband to over 1,300 premises in the villages of Kennington, Wootton and Boars Hill.

Elsewhere in the county, over 1,600 homes and businesses in the villages of Sutton Courtenay, Cholsey, Harwell and Charlbury can now benefit from fibre enabled broadband packages too. 

To check which services are available, contact your existing service provider or any of the other suppliers listed here that offer fibre broadband packages.

If you have already upgraded let us know what you think of the new service by emailing broadband@oxfordshire.gov.uk

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