TalkTalk is giving away five Samsung Galaxy Tab 3s and a home cinema entertainment system in a new competition.
The broadband provider has launched the 'What's on TalkTalk TV' picture quiz to promote its YouView-based digital television service.
Have a go at the comp here: TalkTalk competition.
Participants have to work out the answers to 15 of the 50 cryptic picture clues to be in with a chance of winning a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.
Solving all 50 clues puts you in the draw for the state-of-the-art home cinema system.
All entrants need to do is click on each clue in turn and type in their answer - noting that correct spelling is important.
Alex Birtles, Head of External Communications at TalkTalk, said the quiz celebrates the fact that "more and more" of the latest and most popular films and programmes are coming to TalkTalk TV.
"Whether it’s new releases, blockbusters, free-to-air favourites or content available on our Sky Movies Boost or in the TalkTalk Player, the breadth of the clues shows the vast content available on YouView from TalkTalk," she stated.
Ms Birtles said a lot of people have already taken on the picture quiz challenge - one TalkTalk hopes will match the success of the previous version back in August.
"Our very first picture quiz received an impressive 7,129 unique plays and a staggering play time of over 100 minutes per person," she noted.
"Some dedicated players even set up a thread to share answers and exchange tips with other players."
Consumers can put their film and TV knowledge to the test by visiting whatsontalktalktv.com. Competition entries need to be submitted by December 13th 2013.
TalkTalk now offers two TV and broadband package options - Essentials TV and Plus TV.
The entry-level Essentials TV package - which is priced at £7.50 per month plus line rental - includes unlimited broadband, evening and weekend calls to UK landlines, and a YouView box which offers pause and rewind functions, plus access to seven-day catch-up and on-demand content.
With the higher-tier Plus TV package - priced at £15.40 per month plus line rental - subscribers receive a larger YouView box which allows them to record more than 200 hours of TV content to be watched at a later date.