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Better Broadband for Oxfordshire Project Names Next BT Fibre Upgrades

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014 (5:52 pm) - Score 871

The £25m Better Broadband for Oxfordshire project, which aims to extend BT’s superfast broadband access (25Mbps+) to 90% of Oxfordshire in England by the end of 2015, has revealed the next batch of locations to benefit from the upgrade.

The update, which was first spotted in a Newsletter by Thinkbroadband, is a bit on the vague side but states that Chipping Norton, Carterton, Wallingford, Witney, Kidlington and Summertown all look set to benefit (note: this includes some infill of existing FTTC enabled areas).

However the first street cabinet to be enabled by the scheme actually went live in Ewelme last year, although the next batch of upgrades above will start in Alvescot on 21st February 2014. Overall the project aims to help more than 64,000 homes and businesses to receive faster connectivity.

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  1. Superfast matters are moving on in the more rural and semi urban locations now. With all these percentages – I am sticking with premises but the latest spin seems to be population access to superfast.

    Better Broadband for Oxfordshire will be measurable by the end of 2015 when over 90 percent of premises should not only have access to superfast but actually have superfast (over 24 Mbps)according to the blurb.

    How much over will be interesting but there will still be c30,000 premises not getting superfast at 90 percent.

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