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Sky has revamped its entertainment offering. It's announced a new Entertainment package that will replace its previous offerings.

The Entertainment package is cheaper and more flexible. It also lets viewers pick and choose what they watch on a month-by-month basis, instead of being locked in for 12 or 18 months.

Intrigued? Read on for all the details

1 It replaces the Original bundle

The Entertainment package replaces the Original bundle. It still costs £20 a month, but it has more channels than ever before.

2 Add-ons

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As well as extra channels, you can choose to add add-ons – these are the kids' channels, box sets, and content in HD. Each costs an extra £5 a month.

You can choose any or none, and you only pay for those you choose.

3 Cheaper than previous offering

The Entertainment package plus all three add-ons will set you back £35 a month – that's £3 cheaper per month than the Sky Box Sets bundle previously available, which offered all the same content.

4 Add-ons can be removed at short notice

Just like Now TV, you can choose add-ons on a month-by-month basis. That means you can cancel them on the same basis, instead of being locked in for 12 or 18 months as with most TV contracts.

5 Available now

The Entertainment package is available now, but only for new Sky customers. Existing Sky subscribers can take advantage from January.

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