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TalkTalk TV has launched its second Disney Taster weekend, giving YouView customers the chance to access a host of content from the popular US studio.

Until Sunday September 21st, the three Disney channels normally included in TalkTalk's paid-for TV Boosts are available for free.

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This means TalkTalk TV subscribers can watch shows on the Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD - available on channels 555, 556 and 557 - at no extra charge.

TalkTalk said Disney’s three channels offer "great quality entertainment for the whole family".

Disney Junior is aimed at pre-schoolers, while Disney XD and Disney Channel are targeted at older boys and girls.

Popular shows such as 'Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars', 'Sofia' and 'Girl meets World' are available over the course of the Disney Taster weekend.

"TalkTalk’s Taster weekends are a great way to gear up families for an autumn of entertainment," the service provider claimed.

"As Britain's fastest growing TV service, TalkTalk champions flexible TV and believes families should be able to dip in and out of the TV they love."

The firm explained that its viewers can access additional sports, movies, entertainment shows and kids' content via premium TV Boosts.

Consumers can sign up for just a month at a time, with no long-term commitment required.

Speaking of which, TalkTalk’s Kids Boost is currently available at half-price, giving customers access to 16 childrens' channels including Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network and Disney Channel for just £2.50 per month, on a flexible basis.

Subscribers can also access 800 episodes of on-demand shows, giving them a wider range of content choice.

TalkTalk is running the promotion on its Kids Boost until October 8th 2014.

All customers taking out the TalkTalk Essentials TV or Plus TV broadband, home phone and television bundles can take advantage of the firm's TV boosts.

Subscribers to these packages receive a free YouView set-top box as part of their broadband deal, allowing them to access Freeview channels, on-demand content, TV Boosts and catch-up services.

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