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TV with Fast Broadband + TV Select and Sky Cinema

Call TalkTalk
0800 049 7843
Broadband Unlimited
Average speed* 11 Mb 12 month contract
  • £40.95 p/m for 12 months
  • £9.95 Setup Costs
£501.35 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract
Film 4
+ 107 more

Online exclusive Starter + Superfast Fibre + Weekend Calls

Call BT
0800 783 5390
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 50 Mb 18 month contract
£100 BT Reward Card - see BT's website for further details
Offer Ends 23/08/18
  • £35.99 p/m for 18 months
  • £59.99 Setup Costs
£491.87 Total first year cost
  • 18 month contract
BT Sport
Film 4
+ 105 more

Full House Sports TV Bundle

Call Virgin Media
0808 168 6088
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 108 Mb 12 month contract
  • £77.00 p/m for 12 months
  • £0.00 Setup Costs
£924.00 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract
BT Sport
Sky 1
Film 4
+ 311 more

Full House TV Bundle

Call Virgin Media
0808 168 6088
Fibre Unlimited
Average speed* 108 Mb 12 month contract
  • £57.00 p/m for 12 months
  • £0.00 Setup Costs
£684.00 Total first year cost
  • 12 month contract
BT Sport
Sky 1
Film 4
+ 305 more

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TV packages have come a hell of a long way since Sky Television - which later merged with British Satellite Broadcasting (BSB) to become Sky as we know it today - launched the first satellite TV package available in the UK in 1989, which boasted a grand total of four channels.

These days, TV packages come with almost 20 times as many at the very least, and offer a plethora of extra channels, services and features that would have blown the bouffant clad minds of the late 1980s.

However, as you’d expect, the range and variety of TV packages now available can make comparing them, and working out which one is best for you, trickier than peeling a banana while wearing boxing gloves. And that’s where we come in.

What TV packages are there?

Generally, TV providers offer a selection of three or four TV packages designed to appeal to all budgets and tastes. They then offer a variety of extras and add-ons, such as specialist channels like Sky Sports, on-demand services like Netflix, and features like recording, so you can tailor your package to suit yourself.


BT ( offers three varieties of BT TV - Starter, which comes with up to 80 Freeview TV channels and radio stations and allows you to pause and rewind live TV with YouView; Entertainment, which comes with 20 premium channels; and Max, which comes with 25 premium channels and lets you record TV and watch it on your computer, tablet and mobile too.

You can add BT Sport, Sky Sports, Sky Movies, Netflix, extra HD channels, BT Kids and BT Music to any package. However, you need BT Superfast Fibre to be able to get Sky Sports and the extra HD channels as they’re delivered via the internet rather than through your TV aerial.

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EE removes the burden of choice - there’s only one EE TV package, and it comes with over 70 Freeview TV channels and radio stations and includes an EE TV box that allows you to pause, rewind and record live TV. It also lets you, your friends, or your family watch different live or recorded stuff on a TV and three phones or tablets at the same time. Plus, you can flick what you’re watching on your phone or tablet onto your TV screen.

You can’t add any extra channels to EE TV, but you can access a range of on-demand services including and NOW TV. However, you need to have EE broadband and line rental to get access.

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Sky ( offers one main package when it comes to TV. Sky Entertainment is its standard telly package, which gives you around 300 channels plus lots of catch-up and on-demand.

Onto that, you can then add various monthly add-ons - like Sky Movies, Sky Sports, kids' TV channels, HD channels, BT Sport, and Sky BoxSets for 350+ full series of top TV shows.

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TalkTalk ( keeps it simple with TalkTalk TV - there are just two packages to choose from. The basic TV comes with over 70 Freeview TV channels and radio stations, and allows you to pause and rewind live TV. TV Plus includes 13 extra entertainment channels - not Sky Atlantic though - and allows you to record live TV too.

You can add a variety of extras to either package, including all 11 Sky Movies channels, every Sky Sports channel, Netflix and a bunch of other extra channel and on-demand packages. These are called TV Boosts.

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Virgin Media

Things are a little more complicated with Virgin Media (, as Virgin Media TV comes in five varieties. Player TV comes with over 70 channels, Mix TV with over 150 channels, Fun TV with over 190 channels, and Full House TV with over 245 channels, including BT Sport. You can also upgrade Full House TV to VIP, which adds on Sky Sports and Sky Cinema too.

You can add all three BT Sport channels, all Sky Sports channels bar Sky Sports News HQ (which comes included as standard with most packages), all 11 Sky Movies channels and Netflix to any package. You can also add other sports channels, an extra children’s channel, international channels, and adult channels.

And, unlike most TV packages, you can sign up to Virgin Media without any commitment - all its services are available on a rolling 30-day basis.

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What TV packages are available in my area?

The most widely available TV packages are those done by BT and Sky. BT is the biggest broadband provider in the country, and anywhere you can get BT Broadband with a minimum download speed of 2Mb or BT Superfast Fibre, you can get BT TV. You don’t even need a Freeview signal to be able to get it, although without it you can only get channels delivered via internet and on-demand TV.

Because Sky TV is satellite TV, you can get it just about anywhere, provided you’re allowed to stick a dish on your home. However, if you want to get a Sky TV, broadband and phone package, availability is a bit more limited, as you’ll need to live in an area where you can get Sky Broadband.

As with BT TV, TalkTalk TV is available anywhere you can get its Fast Broadband with a minimum download speed of 3Mb or Faster Fibre Broadband, and a Freeview signal. Ditto EE TV and EE Broadband with a minimum download speed of 4Mb or EE Fibre Broadband.

You’re least likely to be able to get a Virgin Media TV package, due to it using the same cable network as Virgin Media broadband, which only covers around half the country. It’s expanding though, so if you can’t get one now, you may be able to within the next few years.

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Who does the best TV packages?

Well, there’s a question. When it comes to price, you’re looking at either BT TV or TalkTalk TV, which you can get with broadband and phone rather cheaply. In comparison, Sky TV, broadband and phone will set you back quite a bit more.

However, when it comes to range of channels, Sky is the top dog for sheer number, while Virgin Media’s the best for getting almost any channel you could want from one provider on one bill. The set-top boxes you get with Sky and Virgin Media TV are far better than those you get with BT and TalkTalk TV too, and when it comes to slickness, Sky’s got things sewn up.

EE TV comes somewhere in between price-wise, and bottom of the pile in terms of channel range, because it doesn’t offer owt extra. However, in Multiscreen and Flick it at least has two features that no other TV package offers.

To help you decide what the best TV package for you is, work out how much you want to spend, then the things you have to have, such as particular channels or features, and then the things it’d be nice to have but ain’t a deal-breaker, like being able to access certain film streaming services. Finally, find out what’s available where you live by chucking your postcode into our checker.

We've also compared Sky with Virgin Media TV, and BT with TalkTalk TV.

FAQ about TV packages

What is a TV package?

Essentially, a TV package is a subscription TV service you pay for on a monthly basis, and which can be bundled with broadband and home phone, and even mobile phones. With a TV package you can get a host of premium channels, catch-up and on-demand services, and features you can’t get with non-subscription TV services like Freeview and Freesat.

How much are TV packages?

Probably not as much as you think - a basic BT TV, broadband and phone package will cost you around £25 a month all in. How much you pay totally depends on what you want though - throw the likes of Sky Sports into the mix and it rapidly rises. The trick is to work out what you can afford, what you want and what’s available, and then look for the package that best covers all three bases.

Which TV packages include Sky Atlantic?

Sky Atlantic, which is where you can watch the biggest TV series from across the pond, Game Of Thrones being an obvious example, comes as standard with all Sky TV packages. It isn’t included with TV packages from any other provider, but you can get it on a pay-as-you-play basis through NOW TV. You can’t do this through BT TV or TalkTalk TV though - while NOW TV is available on YouView boxes, Sky Atlantic isn’t.


  1. Can I save money switching provider?
    We make it our business to find a great choice of deals for consumers - switching may, and often does, mean you can get a cheaper deal on your broadband, phone or TV service, especially if you take out an exclusive or limited-time deal.

    However, for some customers, cost isn’t the biggest issue. It is a matter of getting more for their money - a faster connection, free calls, higher usage allowance, more digital TV channels for example. It all depends on your needs, and the best thing about our switching service is that you can set your preferences so the packages offered will be tailored to suit your particular needs be that price, or speed, or additional features. Hey presto - happy customers with the right packages for them.

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  2. How do I switch to a new TV service?
    Switching TV services is a breeze if you use a comparison service like ours. Simply enter your postcode, and we’ll list all your different options side by side, so you can easily compare features and price. When you find a package you like, click the link and you’ll be taken straight to the provider’s site. Once you're all set to go live, contact your old TV provider and ask to cancel your current service. Fast, simple and hassle-free.
  3. Can I save money by bundling TV, phone and broadband?
    Yes you can. Providers like Sky and Virgin Media offer competitively priced bundles, comprising broadband, home phone and TV, and getting all three services from the same place often leads to significant savings. It also makes it easier to manage finances, as all services come on a single bill.
  4. How do I get sports channels?

    There are multiple sports channels in the UK, with the biggest being Sky Sports and BT Sport.

    Sky Sports is available at an extra monthly cost on Sky TV, BT TV, TalkTalk TV, Virgin Media TV, and Now TV. Read our guide for more info.

    BT Sport, which also includes ESPN, is available on BT TV, and for an extra monthly cost on Sky TV and Virgin Media TV. Read our guide for more info.

  5. How do I get movie channels?

    Sky often has the first TV broadcast rights for big movies, so if you want to see the latest blockbusters first, you’ll need Sky Cinema - which you can get through Sky, Virgin Media, BT, and TalkTalk TV packages for an additional monthly charge.

    Most TV providers also offer new home entertainment releases to view on a pay-per-view basis. Bear in mind, you may need a broadband connection to access some of these services. See our guide for more info.