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BT Vision, the Digital TV service free to BT broadband subscribers has announced it will be offering Disney channels to its customers.

From just £6 a month, BT Total Broadband customers will be able to watch a range of Disney programs on BT Vision including Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Hannah Montana and American Dragon: Jake Long.

BT’s Digital TV service has strived to offer similar services to Virgin Media and Sky’s TV offerings, however there are no contractual ties and low-cost prices are aimed at users who do not wish to be tied to a potentially-costly monthly digital TV contract.

BT Total Broadband costs from just £7.95 a month with the cost of the BT Vision box only £30 extra.

BT Vision allows users to pause and rewind live digital TV (including freeview) and with a massive library of TV shows films and Setanta Sports, it is an attractive option. BT Vision launched in 2007.

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