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TalkTalk has introduced what it describes as one of its best ever TV deals, in a bid to entice customers to upgrade their packages.

Existing customers can now sign up to the company's Plus TV package for a discounted £15 a month for 18 months, plus line rental of £16.70 a month, with TalkTalk promising to throw in a number of extras.

As well as over 70 Freeview Channels, seven Sky Entertainment channels and a host of on-demand services, subscribers will also receive a free YouView+ box capable of storing up to 200 hours of content, worth £299.

To sweeten the deal further, the bundle will include free anytime calls, a free TalkTalk SIM worth £50 and unlimited up to 17Mb broadband.

Existing TV customers are not the only ones being targeted with new deals, with TalkTalk also launching a promotion aimed at subscribers looking to add Essentials TV to their current package.

TalkTalk claims that by adding TV services to their current subscription, customers could £30 when they sign up to what it describes as its "best value package".

Those already receiving broadband or landline services will see both unaffected by signing up to the new deal, with TalkTalk confirming it will carry over any existing boosts and have everything up and running for customers within three working days.

Again, a free YouView+ box is included, albeit the lower capacity model worth £149, allowing users to pause, record and rewind all their favourite shows.

Other add-ons include free installation and a free wireless router, as well as the option to upgrade to any Sky channels on a month-by-month basis, including its new Sky Sports season ticket.

The offer is currently available for £5 a month for six months (£10 thereafter), plus line rental.

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