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TalkTalk has launched a new TV Boost for its YouView-based television viewers: Collections from ITV.

The add-on gives TalkTalk Essentials TV and Plus TV subscribers the opportunity to enjoy more than 200 hours of shows from the public service broadcaster.

Popular programmes including 'Birds of a Feather', 'The Bletchley Circle', 'Celebrity Juice', 'Hell's Kitchen USA' and 'Lewis' are available, plus much more.

Collections from ITV costs just £5 per month, with viewers able to sign up for the package on a month-by-month, flexible basis.

TalkTalk's Olivia Streatfeild said the service provider is "really excited" to welcome more ITV shows to the TalkTalk Player through the new handpicked package.

"Collections from ITV gives customers simple, flexible and affordable access to more dramas, game shows and reality TV," she stated.

"This additional service is part of our commitment to make Britain better off by continuing to build on our award-winning content from all over the globe to ensure homes have a wealth of family entertainment at an affordable price."

Consumers can sign up for TalkTalk Essentials TV - the firm's entry-level television, phone and broadband package - for just £4.25 per month plus line rental for the first 12 months.

The price of the broadband deal rises to £8.50 per month plus line rental after a year.

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