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TalkTalk has added to the appeal of its broadband bundles by increasing the viewing options for TalkTalk TV users via their YouView set-top box.

Four new channels are now available via the platform: Lifetime, H2, History and Crime & Investigation.

Consumers taking out the firm's Entertainment Boost can watch programming on Lifetime and H2, while those subscribing for Entertainment Extra are able to watch all four channels.

For those who are not sure about what to expect, there's a special chance to check out the channels for free in the coming days.

As part of TalkTalk’s Taster weekend, viewers will be able to enjoy the full portfolio of programmes from History, Lifetime, Crime & Investigation and H2 at no extra cost.

Should they like what they see, Entertainment Extra and Entertainment Boost can be added to their TV service on a one-month, no-contract basis.

Olivia Streatfeild, Commercial Director for Consumer at TalkTalk, said the new channel additions give viewers the chance to catch "great shows"

"You have access to top-rating drama 'Witches of East End', brand new series of 'Pawn Stars UK' and Emmy-nominated epic 'The World of Wars', as well as a brand new series of 'Crimes that shook Britain'," she stated.

Ms Streatfeild said it is "fantastic" to be offering TV customers "more of the content they love".

"Our TV packages are getting richer and we’re providing even more value to our customers," she claimed.

"TalkTalk TV boosts allow customers to dip in and out of your favourite shows a month at a time."

Ms Streatfeild explained that, with the Entertainment Boost, customers can watch shows on Fox, Sky 1, Sky Living, Watch and more.

With the Entertainment Extra Boost, they can enjoy content on over 60 channels, including the Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, Gold, Fox, Sky 1 and Sky 2.

"You can enjoy our Entertainment and Entertainment Extra Boost at half-price for two months at just £5 and £7.50 a month," she noted.

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