Better connectivity for Oxfordshire

The Digital Infrastructure Programme aims to support the residents, businesses and communities across Oxfordshire.

About Us

The Digital Infrastructure Programme (DIP) team is part of Oxfordshire County Council and collaborates with diverse partners to improve digital infrastructure across the county. From large-scale projects to stakeholder engagement and much more, our work is varied and rewarding. Click the button below to read more about the transformative work we do.

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Active Projects 

We are currently improving digital infrastructure in the county through a range of exciting projects. From supporting government-led programmes to spearheading innovative, sandbox pilots, click the button below to find out more about our active projects.

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Did you know?

90,000 homes and businesses now receive access to superfast broadband thanks to the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire (BBFO) programme. Find out more about our past projects and the results so far by clicking the button below.

Digital Inclusion

Visit our Digital Inclusion page to find out more about what Digital Inclusion is, and support for people who may be digitally excluded. You can find out about Digital Skills Training on offer in Oxfordshire, Social Tariffs (Broadband and Mobile deals offered by telecoms providers to eligible households), and the National Databank (Good Things Foundation’s initiative to help digitally excluded people get connected.)

Advice and Guidance

Our Advice and Guidance section includes pages on the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) Switch-off – which will affect every landline in the UK, and advice on how to make a complaint to a telecoms service provider.

How the programme has benefitted our residents.

The programme has connected over 100,000 premises in the County with over 80% using the new services.

The below testimonials highlight just some of the benefits the programme has brought to communities across Oxfordshire.

In light of the current lockdown, our internet access has been life-changing. Every one of the 15 households have received a positive benefit with previous broadband speeds of less than 2Mbps.

David Evans

Before superfast broadband, streaming one device was problematic and we had to take it in turns to watch our favourite programmes; now, we can all perform our software updates simultaneously.

James Davies, Parish Councillor
Stoke Lyne

Having fast internet isn’t just about leisure, such as surfing the web and just reading on-line but our day-to-day work, community and welfare – it’s that important.

Will Brocklebank
CEO Shepherd, Nuffield Village

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