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Households subscribing to BT Vision services have been boosted by the launch of BBC iPlayer on the subscription TV platform.

Customers can now tune in to more than 400 hours of television from the broadcaster on-demand, plus 1,000 hours of radio catch up.

Previously, BT Vision customers were able to watch some BBC content via the TV Replay service – which also includes ITV Net Player, 4OD and Demand Five - but the full iPlayer service has now been launched.

Marc Watson, Chief Executive of Television and Online Services at BT Retail, said: "The launch of BBC iPlayer on BT Vision adds to the enormous range of quality entertainment already available to our customers."

"We are really excited to be partnering with the BBC to bring BBC iPlayer to our customers."

BT Vision packages, which also include home phone and broadband services, are available to UK households from £18 per month.

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