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Sky has boosted the appeal of its TV and broadband bundles by launching 14 more entertainment channels on the Sky Go service.

Pay-TV customers will now be able to access up to 57 different channels on Sky Go, according to the level of their subscription.

MTV, Comedy Central, Gold, Watch, Dave, Alibi, Nat Geo, Nat Geo Wild, Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, History, Good Food and Eden will all now be available over the internet.

This gives Sky TV subscribers additional viewing options, providing they have access to a broadband connection.

A host of content on the new channels - including MTV's 'Geordie Shore' and Dave's 'Red Dwarf X' - will be available on-demand via the Sky Go service.

Luke Bradley-Jones, Sky’s Brand Director of TV Products, said Sky Go "has gone from strength to strength" since it launched in July 2011.

He explained that it now attracts more than three million unique users every quarter, as more Sky subscribers use their broadband connection to access TV content.

"The addition of these new channels is part of our continued commitment to provide our customers with a great TV experience whenever and wherever they want it," Mr Bradley-Jones added.

He noted that Sky Go is available to TV and broadband subscribers at no extra cost, unless they want to upgrade to Sky Go Extra.

This enables users to stream live and on-demand Sky content across four connected devices instead of two, and costs £5 per month.

"Customers now have even more choice and flexibility whether they want to watch TV Box Sets, live Barclays Premier League football, the latest blockbusters from Sky Movies or awarding-winning drama from a wider range of entertainment channels," Mr Bradley-Jones stated.

Both Sky Sports and Sky Movies are available on the Sky Go service, enabling viewers to enjoy premium content on the move.

Customers who pay to watch sports and film content through their Sky set-top box and TV have free access via the Sky Go service.

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