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TalkTalk has launched a new TV offer, giving its broadband bundle subscribers the chance to enjoy cut-price Sky Movies and Sky Sports access.

For a limited time, the service provider is offering the premium TV Boosts for a combined price of just £20 per month for three months.

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As such, TalkTalk TV customers with a YouView set-top box can enjoy better-than-half-price access to blockbuster films and top sporting action.

The latest TalkTalk TV promotion follows the success of the firm's half-price Sky Sports deal, which allowed viewers to access the premium boost for £15 per month for three months.

By combining Sky Sports and Sky Movies, TalkTalk is offering even greater value to its triple-play Essentials TV and Plus TV customers.

They can save up to £25 per month for three months on the premium content packages, with Sky Sports and Sky Movies ordinarily priced at £30 and £15 per month respectively.

Olivia Streatfeild, Commercial Director for Consumer at TalkTalk, said the half-price TV deal gives consumers access to more movies and sport, on a flexible basis, without the hefty costs.

"We believe that TalkTalk homes should be able to dip in and out of channels they love, and that’s why we are giving customers access to our Sky Movies and Sky Sports Boost at better than half price," she stated.

"The offer is ideal for our cash-conscious sports and movie fans and gears families up for a great autumn of entertainment."

TalkTalk’s TV Boosts provide additional channels that can be added or removed a month at a time, without any long-term commitment.

The service provider describes its premium add-ons as being "TV to be glued to, not stuck with".

A range of other channel packs are available to TalkTalk TV customers on the same terms, including the Entertainment Extra Boost and Kids Boost.

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