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TalkTalk has revamped its Essentials TV and Plus TV broadband deals with the launch of a new Love2shop voucher offer.

New customers signing up for either of the triple-play packages can get their hands on a £50 gift certificate, which can be used in around 20,000 UK stores.

With a Love2shop voucher, consumers can make savings at retail chains such as Argos, Boots, Debenhams, New Look, River Island and Waterstones.

Whether subscribers opt for Essentials TV or Plus TV may depend on the number of features they want with their YouView box, which comes as part of the package.

Essentials TV offers a smaller device, which allows viewers to pause and rewind live TV, catch up on shows broadcast in the last seven days, and access on-demand content.

Plus TV customers receive a larger, more powerful YouView box which also allows viewers to record programmes and films, and store them to be watched at a later date.

But what are the other features of the respective TV, home phone and broadband packages?

The entry-level Essentials TV deal offers up to 16Mb download speeds with an unlimited monthly usage allowance. It also comes with inclusive evening and weekend calls, a free wireless router and free installation.

For a limited time only, Essentials TV offers a free three-month PictureBox subscription - enabling customers to access up to 60 films at any one time via their YouView box.

The broadband deal is priced at £7.50 per month plus line rental over the course of an 18-month contract.

TalkTalk Plus TV also offers 16Mb download speeds with an unlimited monthly usage allowance, but with this higher-tier package customers can take advantage of anytime landline calls.

Their YouView box offers access to a host of collections and premium boosts - such as Sky Movies and Sky Sports - which can be bolted on their deal with no long-term commitment.

Plus TV is priced at £15.50 per month plus line rental over the course of an 18-month deal.

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