Didcot will be "ahead of the game" when it receives new super-fast broadband services from BT, it has been suggested.
The broadband provider has confirmed that the one of the town's exchanges will be among the 20 in the south-east of England to be given access to fibre-optic internet services later this year, reports the Herald Series.
Ed Vaizey, the Conservative MP for the area, has claimed the technology will provide a major boost to both local businesses and residents in the area.
He told the newspaper: "I fought hard for broadband a few years ago and I will ensure that the rest of my constituency benefits from superfast broadband as soon as possible."
Earlier this week, ISPreview.co.uk reported that BT is planning to install super-fast broadband in over 60 locations across the UK in the coming months.
Exchanges in regions such as the Midlands and Wales, as well as London, will also benefit.