New multi-million pound deal benefits Oxfordshire broadband roll-out

Saturday, February 21st 2015

The Better Broadband for Oxfordshire partnership has got an extension, which will benefit homes and businesses across Oxfordshire greatly. The multi-million pound deal announced by the oxfordshire county council will see a further infusion of investment to the tune of £5.1 million in a scheme over the coming months. The project has until now has benefited over 30,000 properties across Oxfordshire, with the build of superfast broadband infrastructure and the latest extension deal ensures thousands more of homes and businesses will benefit from the same high-speed connectivity, in the coming years.


The final objective of the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire partnership, in tandem with government goals, is to the deliver at the doorsteps across 95% of the areas in the county with superfast connectivity, in partnership with the telecoms giant BT, the network operator here. Digital Economy Minister, Ed Vaizey commented in response to the announcement that this marks the next step a transformation of Oxfordshire’s digital landscape, and he wished that as many people possible would enjoy the benefits of superfast broadband.


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