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TalkTalk has boosted its TV offering with the addition of seven new Sky channels and 100 hours of on-demand content.

The TV, home phone and broadband provider has revealed that Sky 1, Sky 2, Sky Sports News, Sky Living, Sky Livingit, Sky Arts 1 and Sky Arts 2 will all now be offered as part of its TV services, in addition to the 70 Freeview channels that are currently available to customers with TalkTalk Plus TV.

In addition to the new offerings, TalkTalk will begin offering its customers access to up to 100 hours of on-demand content from these channels, giving fans of hit shows such as Modern Family, Elementary and Bones a chance to catch up with their favourite programmes.

Alongside the new channels, TalkTalk is reducing the cost of its Sky Movies Boost, with the service now half price for two months for existing TV customers who sign up between April 8th and 23rd, giving them access to 11 Sky Movies channels and hundreds of on-demand films.

The new Sky channels and Sky Movies boost complement TalkTalk's other range of Sky channels, including the Sky Sports Boost, which features five channels screening the best of sport around the world, including 17 live Barclays Premier League games in April alone.

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Tristia Harrison, Managing Director of TalkTalk Consumer, said the company is aiming to offer the best value and give customers even more for their money.

She added: "The addition of these new channels and on-demand content marks yet another step towards TalkTalk TV becoming a destination for family entertainment.

"We have a staggering line-up of movies, sport, kids and entertainment content available on TalkTalk TV this month and can't wait for our customers to enjoy the very best of spring entertainment."

The Plus TV package is available for £18.50 a month, plus line rental, and includes totally unlimited broadband, anytime phone calls and a YouView+ box, enabling access to dozens of channels and seven-day catch-up, with the ability to upgrade to Sky Sports and Sky Movies boosts at any time.

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