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Openreach tackles major engineering challenge to bring superfast broadband to remote Exmoor village

Openreach tackles major engineering challenge to bring superfast broadband to remote Exmoor village

Press Releases   •   Dec 18, 2017 11:00 GMT

Villagers in a remote Exmoor community are celebrating the arrival of superfast broadband after the completion of one of the most challenging local engineering projects of its kind in the South West in recent years.

Set for an Ultrafast future: Somerset villages agree fibre broadband partnership with Openreach

Set for an Ultrafast future: Somerset villages agree fibre broadband partnership with Openreach

Press Releases   •   Dec 07, 2017 12:45 GMT

Two small Somerset villages are set to get some of the fastest broadband speeds in the UK as a result of a partnership between local residents and Openreach.

What’s Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander! Goosey Wick pioneers new co-funding scheme to expand high-speed broadband to more Oxfordshire communities

What’s Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander! Goosey Wick pioneers new co-funding scheme to expand high-speed broadband to more Oxfordshire communities

Press Releases   •   Nov 15, 2017 11:35 GMT

Goosey quick! The tiny Oxfordshire village of Goosey Wick will be the first to benefit from a new £600,000 Oxfordshire faster broadband fund, led by Oxfordshire County Council and Openreach, as part of the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire programme. The county council hopes other remote communities, who are not part of any public or private sector upgrade roll-out, will follow suit.