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TalkTalk’s new TVBox Boost brings 30 Rock, Suits and Grimm to TV screens

TalkTalk TV customers can now sign up for the TV Box Boost, which comes with shows like 30 Rock, Suits and Grimm

The TV Box Boost costs an extra £5/month on top of the Essentials TV (£8.50/month) and Plus TV (£18.50/month) TV and broadband bundles and is currently being given away free for 30 days. 

Thanks to a deal done with NBCUniversal, the new TV Boost sees shows including Heroes, Real Housewives of NYC and Brooklyn Nine-Nine heading to TalkTalk TV. 

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Olivia Streatfeild, commercial director, TalkTalk said: “We want to give our customers access to even more great TV at a great price, and this partnership with NBCUniversal does just that. As our service grows, so do our ambitions; we’re innovating with on demand content and this is another example of how TV from TalkTalk just keeps getting better.”

As with all of TalkTalk’s boosts, you can add or remove TVBox on a month-by-month basis, so if you decide you don’t want to pay any longer, you can take it off your subscription.

Jay McNamara, executive VP of strategy development and analysis at NBCUniversal International Television said: “We are thrilled to expand upon our dynamic partnership with TalkTalk and introduce this latest development in our branded on-demand business to their customers.

“Through this service, subscribers will now have access to the best NBCUniversal TV series in an exciting box set format.”

TalkTalk’s array of boosts includes something for all tastes, such as Sky Movies that includes access to 11 Sky Movies channels, including Sky Movies Disney, Premier Sports Boost from £10/month for the full selection of national and international sport and Kids Boost that gives access to Nickelodeon, the Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Cartoon Network, Disney XD, Nick Jr and Nicktoons.

Recently TalkTalk added African and Brazilian TV Boosts for expat and polyglot viewers complementing its range of international offerings

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