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TalkTalk is increasing the viewing options available to customers subscribing to its higher-tier Plus TV package.

The TV, home phone and broadband bundle comes with a free YouView set-top box, which allows customers to enjoy a range of live, on-demand and catch-up content.

TalkTalk TV users have always had access to Freeview channels, plus any premium content they bolt on to their package through a flexible TV Boost.

Subscribers have a number of TV upgrade options, such as the Sky Sports Boost, Sky Movies Boost, Entertainment Extra Boost and Kids' Boost - enabling them to choose from a wider range of TV programmes.

But as part of a television bundle revamp, Plus TV subscribers are being given access to seven popular Sky channels as part of their deal.

From April 5th, TalkTalk TV viewers on the Plus TV tariff will be able to enjoy content from Sky 1, Sky 2, Sky Living, Sky Living It, Sky Arts 1, Sky Arts 2 and Sky Sports News.

TV Essentials viewers will still need to order the TV Starter Boost - which is available on a flexible monthly basis - in order to watch these premium Sky channels.

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With TalkTalk increasing the viewing options for Plus TV subscribers, the cost of the TV, home phone and broadband package is increasing slightly.

From next month, TalkTalk Plus TV will cost £18.50 per month plus line rental, up from £15.50 per month plus line rental.

For this, subscribers will receive a free YouView set-top box, enabling them to pause, rewind and record live TV, take advantage of seven-day catch-up services and access on-demand films and shows.

All seven Sky channels will be readily accessible to Plus TV subscribers via the TalkTalk TV Player.

The Plus TV package also includes anytime calls to UK landlines, unlimited high-speed broadband, and a free three-month subscription to PictureBox Films.

This enables subscribers to choose from around 60 films on-demand at any one time.

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