Talk Talk is recovering and offering YouView TV online

Saturday, November 17th 2012

The Chief Executive of Talk-Talk has been reported as saying to BBC that the company has "turned a corner". This follows an observed rise of nearly 11% of the company's share prices recently. As for the many complaints customers have been registering, which incidentally has come to the notice of the Ofcom regulator, Chief Executive Dido Harding was on a positive note. She said they had concentrated on sorting out these complaints and now have been able to reduce them to a third, as compared to 2 years back. She agreed that there still is certainly “more to do” for the customer.

The company has introduced recently an offer of a mobile handset and a new YouView TV service. She strongly considers that there will be a convergence of TV and broadband in future. This move to offer TV online will prepare the company for the future. She feels in the future, all of us will be actually watching TV via broadband. This technology will advance and help anyone to watch what they want and when. Or they can choose something broadcast earlier, or choose a premium content by paying for it via the YouView set-top box. The company has decided to advertise in the X-Factor show to make the people in UK aware that TalkTalk is selling TV online.

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