Like TalkTalk's broadband and home phone offering, TalkTalk TV is ideal for cost-conscious consumers.
It's tailor-made for anyone who wants basic Freeview, catch-up and on-demand TV but doesn't want to pay the higher prices that some rival providers charge.
TalkTalk TV offers its own, bespoke streaming services, such as PictureBox and kids offerings. But it also allows customers to sign up for premium channels from other providers, such as Sky Sports and Sky Cinema.
That means you can have your TV package your way and spend as much or as little as you like.
Below, we'll talk you through some of the key selling points of TalkTalk TV to help you decide whether it's right for you.
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TalkTalk TV is available in two options:
TalkTalk TV. This is the entry-level product with a price to match.
TalkTalk TV Plus, which is slightly more expensive but offers some attractive, extra features.
Both TalkTalk TV and TalkTalk TV Plus include a free YouView box, which lets you pause and rewind live TV and access a trove of pay-as-you-go movies and TV series.
Both boxes feature a highly-rated electronic program guide (EPG) that makes it supremely easy to find what you want to watch and puts all broadcasters' output in a single location.
However, the version of the YouView box you get with TalkTalk TV Plus also functions as a personal video recorder with room to record and store hours and hours of programming. This feature is not available on the box that is provided with TalkTalk TV.
TalkTalk TV does not broadcast its own sports channel. But customers can add Sky Sports' suite of channels to their TalkTalk TV package, giving them access to live Premier League games, as well as major sports events such as the US Open and The Ashes, and exhaustive Formula 1 coverage with Sky's dedicated F1 channel.
For an additional monthly charge of £5, customers can sign up for TalkTalk's PictureBox movie streaming service. Like Netflix or LoveFilm, PictureBox features a selection of 60 movies, with seven new titles added weekly.
Alternatively, customers can add Sky Movies to their bundle. This offers 11 channels and access to premium movies well ahead of rivals.
Subscribing to premium channels with TalkTalk is a case of signing up for add-ons called Boosts. These are often themed, bundling a lot of similar channels together.
Kids Boost, for example, includes Disney and Nickelodeon channels. Choose the Entertainment Boost and you'll get the likes of Fox, Sky Living and National Geographic.
This is best described as a movie rental service that lets you hire recent movies and boxsets for a fee.
TalkTalk TV customers are available with cheaper ADSL or premium fibre broadband. While the former is capable of a headline connection speed of 17Mbps, the latter features a maximum speed of 76Mbps in some areas.
Both types of connection are fine for streaming TV, but the fibre service is likely to offer a smoother service that's less prone to buffering.
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