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TalkTalk’s UK Broadband TV Platform Adds Amazon Prime Video

Wednesday, April 24th, 2019 (11:33 am) - Score 5,116
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Budget broadband ISP TalkTalk has today followed Virgin Media by announcing that Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service will also be coming to their YouView (IPTV) powered Pay TV platform. The Prime Video app is being rolled out on set-top-boxes over the course of this month.

Customers who already have a Prime Video subscription will simply be able to stream the service by logging into the app via the TalkTalk box, while those who don’t currently have a Prime Video subscription can take advantage of the 30-day free trial (Amazon run the same offer – normally £5.99/month). Football fans will benefit from being able to watch even more of next season’s Premier League games with access to Prime Video, BT Sport and Sky Sports all through their TalkTalk TV box.

Will Ennett, TalkTalk’s Head of TV Content and Editorial, said: “We’re committed to giving our customers more of the TV and film they love by growing our roster of content partners. Amazon Prime Video has captured TV fans with its exciting original series’ and is a fantastic addition to the TalkTalk TV line up, making it even easier for our customers to enjoy the very best entertainment in one place and through just one remote.”

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7 Responses
  1. Avatar TechBoy

    So it looks like Sky will be the only one without Prime Video

  2. Avatar Roger_Gooner

    My feeling is that it’s going to happen as Amazon clearly wants more subscribers but it takes time to develop and deploy the Prime app on various platforms.

  3. Avatar Big red balls

    They did this before virgin. My box received it a week ago.

  4. Avatar Mark

    The only thing TT should be doing is providing HD channels via their TV service. Why would I pay for TTTV when I can get Now TV cheaper and in 720p instead of standard def! Everyone else offers HD channels, with the likes of Sky and Virgin offering UHD as well yet when I asked TT about HD they said they have no plans to offer it

  5. Avatar Clare

    I am with talk talk and regret the day I took it out. Their customer service is terrible. All based “overseas” with people reading from scripts and repeating everything you know. On renewal I work be looking at providers with uk call centres only

  6. Avatar Stephen Hall

    Amazon Prime arrived on my box last Friday but now today has stopped working while all other players including Netflix are fine. Any ideas ?

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