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Sky has changed its TV offering, with the addition of the new Entertainment package. This replaces the previous Original, Variety and Box Sets options.

The Entertainment package offers 350 channels, including Sky Atlantic, Sky One, National Geographic, Discovery and MTV. It costs £20 a month.

However, it doesn't include the kids' channels, which cost an extra £5 a month. Box sets also cost an extra fiver a month, as do HD and 3D content.

The full offering will set you back £35 a month, which is £3 cheaper than the previous Box Sets package, which offered the same content. It's also more flexible, as you can opt out of the kids' shows and box sets if you like.

Sky recently overhauled its sports offering with a similarly flexible approach. It means you only pay for what you watch.

The Entertainment package is available now to new customers, and to existing subscribers in January.

Sky Sports and Sky Cinema remain at the same price, though there is one important change – the channels can be added on a rolling, month-by-month basis (just like on Now TV), or as part of the fixed-term contract.

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