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TalkTalk gets into Christmas spirit, offers 12 months of half-price TV

TalkTalk is slashing down prices for its TV, broadband, and call packages in advance of crimbo media binging.

The Essentials TV package now comes in at £4.25 a month plus line rental, while the firm’s Plus TV YouView bundle prices up at £9.25 a month.

The deal is part of the value provider’s tireless mission to help make Britain better off,” says TalkTalk.

“[It] provides a saving of up to £190 over 18 months in comparison to BT’s equivalent packages.”

Santa’s sack goes deeper still, with TalkTalk promising a month of Sky Movies for free should you sign up to TalkTalk TV before November 10.

The festive bonus gives access to 11 Sky Movies channels and a raft of blockbuster movies available for on-demand viewing.

TalkTalk’s Tristia Harrison said: “At TalkTalk we’re on a mission to ensure every home across Britain can enjoy all the TV, broadband and technology they need, at a price they want.”

“TV is such a huge part of Christmas and our half price deal and exciting additions to the TV service are perfect for cash-conscious families,” Harrison explained.

“As Britain’s fastest growing TV service, this is a great example of how we’re bringing our customers even more of what they love. It’s TV with all the trimmings without the price tag.”

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