TV made for half term
A week off school is great for the kids and, with a wealth of entertainment available on TalkTalk TV, it's great for the whole family too. We've packed the TalkTalk player with great TV and movies to watch together during some down time after those busier spring days.
To kick off the half term, we're giving parents a free trial of our Kids Boost to treat their little ones to some of their favourite shows. They can watch episode after episode of Johnny Test and Teen Titans Go! on Cartoon Network's half term marathons. And youngsters can catch See Dad Run, Timmy Time, Peppa Pig and Kung Fu Panda available on the 16 top kid's channels including Disney Junior and Nicktoons.
TalkTalk Box Office has something for everyone with the heart-warming smash hit Frozen for the kids, Hunger Games for teens and American Hustle for grown ups, to name a few. To keep the family entertained for longer you can get selected family movies like Ender's Game, Transformers, Tangled and many more for three whole days instead of two. You can turn your half term into a Disney holiday with an array of Disney Films on Sky Movies Disney, one of the 11 Sky Movie channels available in the £15 Sky Movies Boost.
The fun doesn't end there for the kids, they can go online and create a masterpiece with their favourite TV characters on our Arty Box colouring-in app. Download the app here and enter before 29 May for a chance to win a Cloudy With a Chance Of Meatballs 2 goody bag.
Our TV Boosts are available a month at a time with no ongoing commitment and the Kids Boost is great value, offering 16 channels for just £5 a month. With YouView from TalkTalk, Britain's fastest growing TV service, you can access premium content including Sky Sports, Sky Movies and shows from both sides of the atlantic at the click of a button.
Customers can pause, rewind and record live TV, watch on-demand content and get seven day catch-up with TalkTalk Plus TV. They can also access seven Sky entertainment channels including Sky Living, Sky 1 and Sky Sports News as well as the 70 Freeview channels, for just £18.50 a month plus line rental.
Last updated: almost 2 years ago