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Plusnet has announced the launch details for its connected TV service, by updating the price guide on its website.

The broadband provider has been trialing TV services for some time, and now looks set to follow BT and TalkTalk's lead by offering a YouView-based platform to its customers.

YouView TV from Plusnet - as the service is being referred to - is available exclusively to Unlimited Fibre Broadband subscribers who also take a Plusnet home phone pack.

As such, consumers can only access Plusnet's TV offering by signing up for a triple-play fibre broadband bundle on an 18-month contract.

The service will cost an additional £5 per month to Plusnet fibre customers, for which they will receive Freeview services, catch-up TV, access to on-demand content and the Entertainment channel pack.

Subscribers can also bolt on the Kids and HD channel packs for £3 each if they so choose, in order to increase their viewing options.

Each of these add-ons can be purchased one month at a time, with no need to commit to a long-term contract.


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