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TalkTalk's TV, phone and broadband bundle subscribers have two new viewing options, with the addition of Quest OD and Motors TV to their on-demand TV service.

Subscribers will be able to watch the two channels on the YouView-based TalkTalk TV platform, which is available to all customers with Essentials TV and Plus TV packages.

The channels are also available to YouView customers who purchased a box from retail and customers with YouView from BT.

Quest OD offers series including 'Hot and Dangerous with Omid Djalili', 'Salvage Hunters', 'Robson Green: Extreme Fisherman' and 'Toy Hunters'.

Motors TV shows racing coverage from across the world - featuring various vehicle classifications - plus other content geared towards motoring enthusiasts.

"As Britain’s fastest growing TV service, it’s fantastic to be offering our 1.1 million TV customers more of the content they love," said TalkTalk's Olivia Streatfeild.

"Whether you want to expand your knowledge with some factual entertainment or get your adrenaline racing, you can do so with Quest OD and Motors TV as they launch on YouView from TalkTalk."

She claimed there has never been a better time to join TalkTalk TV, with subscribers currently able to sign up for Sky Sports and Sky Movies for just £20 per month, for three months.

Ms Streatfeild said this latest deal is sure to keep cash-conscious sports and movie fans entertained throughout the colder months.

"Our Essentials TV is half-price for six months at £4.25, then £8.50, plus line rental. And Plus TV is just £9.25 a month for six months, then £18.50 a month."

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