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TalkTalk signs deal with NBCUniversal to offer TV box set
MUMBAI: UK’s TalkTalk has inked a deal with US media conglomerate NBCUniversal to offer shows on-demand from the broadcaster.
TVBox, gives on demand box sets of shows like ‘Suits’, ‘Grimm’ and ‘30 Rock’ for £5 a month.
TalkTalk commercial director Olivia Streatfeild said, “This is a really exciting step forward for our TV service. 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.”
NBCUniversal International Television executive VP, strategy development and analysis Jay McNamara 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.”