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High Speed Broadband Has Arrived

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As part of the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire programme, a fibre-enabled cabinet is now live and ready to take orders in Cuddesdon & Denton.

This means that 171 residents and businesses in the parish will be able to request an upgrade to fibre-enabled broadband from a range of Internet Service Providers (ISPs). In most cases, this means that residents can select a product offering download speeds above 24Mbps following infrastructure upgrades made via the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire programme.

The aim of the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire Programme is to provide access to fibre-enabled broadband where this is not commercially viable without public sector investment.

Wheatley Cabinet 12 in Cuddesdon High Street went live on 20th January 2017. It is now sporting a large sticker declaring ‘Fibre broadband is here.’ This indicates that the cabinet is live and ready to take customer orders.

Wheatley Cabinet 12 serves 23 postcodes

OX44 9EU   OX44 9HF   OX44 9JB
OX44 9EX   OX44 9HG   OX44 9JD
OX44 9EY   OX44 9HJ   OX44 9JE
OX44 9EZ   OX44 9HL   OX44 9JF
OX44 9HA   OX44 9HP   OX44 9JL
OX44 9HB   OX44 9HY   OX44 9JU
OX44 9HD   OX44 9HZ   OX44 9JZ
OX44 9HE   OX44 9JA 

Please note that improved broadband services are not turned on automatically. To access fibre-enabled broadband, please contact your chosen ISP or use comparison sites to find available packages. There is a list of ISPs on the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire website:

If you contact an ISP, please state that you wish to order ‘fibre-enabled / superfast broadband,’ otherwise they may offer you a slower broadband service. Your chosen ISP should be able to offer any technical assistance to access fibre-enabled / superfast broadband.

There is also an Availability Checker on the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire website that you can use to compare packages:

It is also important to note that not all premises within a postcode area will necessarily be able to order superfast speeds (above 24Mbps). Premises will be able to access a range of speeds – some will get superfast broadband and others will be able to get anywhere between 2Mbps and 24Mbps, depending on distance from the cabinet.