An increasing number of UK households are making savings by bundling their TV, landline, mobile and broadband services together, it has been claimed.
Tristia Harrison, Managing Director of Consumer at TalkTalk, explained that significantly more consumers signed up for mobile and TV services, in addition to broadband and phone, during the final three months of 2014.
TalkTalk added another 50,000 mobile subscribers - including both new and existing customers - during Q4 2014, along with 115,000 TalkTalk TV subscribers via the YouView platform.
TalkTalk TV is only available with the firm's broadband and phone packages, meaning more and more households are opting for triple and quad-play bundles with the firm.
Ms Harrison said TalkTalk is "committed" to making sure customers save as much money as possible.
"It’s great to see even more of our customers make significant savings on their household bills by bundling more of their services together with TalkTalk," she stated.
"We’ve always been clear that our mission is to help make families across Britain better off."
Ms Harrison added that it is "exciting" to see TalkTalk's plans accelerating as more services - such as Netflix - become available, and more UK homes benefit as a result.