TalkTalk TV is offering subscribers free access to three Disney channels this weekend – Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD.
From today until Sunday 21, families with TalkTalk TV will be able to tune into the likes of Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars, Girl Meets World and Sofia, normally only available as part of the TalkTalk Kids Boost, which currently costs £2.50/month on top of your TalkTalk TV package.
TalkTalk TV starts at £8.50/month plus £15.95/month line rental for a bundle including TalkTalk unlimited broadband and free evening and weekend calls.
The Kids Boost (currently £2.50/month, normally £5) gives you over 16 children’s channels including Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network and Nick Jr and 800 episodes of on demand shows as well as the three Disney channels mentioned above.
Other TalkTalk TV boosts include Entertainment Boost (currently £5/month, normally £10) which gives you channels including Sky 1, Sky 2, Comedy Central and MTV and the Music Boost (£5/month), which gives you things like MTV Dance, Kiss, BOX and Magic.
TalkTalk Essentials TV is half price for six months at £4.25/month then £8.25/month plus line £15.95/month for rental. Altogether this works out at £20.20/month for the first six months and £24.20/month after that.
Plus TV, which comes with seven Sky TV channels as standard, costs £9.25/month for six months, then £18.50 a month, plus line rental.
With the cost of line rental added, this works out at £25.20/month for the first six months and £34.45/month thereafter.