TalkTalk will supply Project Canvas TV service as broadband package

Saturday, July 3rd 2010

TalkTalk provides Project Canvas TV service free of cost as part of its broadband packages.

Another report also claims set-top boxes attuned to net-connected service offered at low price of £200. Meanwhile, TalkTalk is looking to offer the service along with the mobile phone price deals.

This lets the user to utilise the device at no cost. According to Max Alexander, The Senior Director for TalkTalk the cost of hardware and software would each differ. He was speaking at the Marketforce and the Institute of Economic Affairs annual Future of Broadcasting Conference.

TalkTalk have also, just now reaffirmed that they have altered the name of its Pro broadband as well as house phone deals. This termed as ‘TalkTalk Plus’, currently is said to cover 24Mb broadband, unlimited downloads and a Wi-Fi router.

It also allows the user to make calls to the UK landlines at anytime.

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