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Film fans who subscribe to BT's range of broadband TV deals can now get access to a new movie package.

The broadband provider has agreed a deal with Warner Bros which means that the subscription video on-demand service WarnerFilms is being added to BT Vision later this week.

Prices for the platform, which will showcase classic movies including Superman, GoodFellas and Training Day, are set to begin from £4.99 per month.

Malcolm Dudley-Smith, Executive Vice-President of Business Management of Warner Bros, said BT Vision was one of the founding partners of the WarnerTV service, so it is fitting they are working together on the latest launch.

He added: "This exciting new service gives consumers another way to access our world-class content at the touch of a button, 24 hours a day."

Virgin Media recently launched its first online movies service, which will host hundreds of titles including Fantastic Mr Fox and District 9.

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