What is TalkTalk Box Office?
TalkTalk Box Office is an on demand streaming service that lets
you pay for the movies you want to watch. No matter what kind of
film you enjoy, you're bound to find something from the huge range
available, including all the latest and greatest movies straight
out of Hollywood. You can rent any one of hundreds of blockbuster
movies for a full 48 hours, many of which are available on the same
day as the DVD release.
If you've had a TalkTalk TV package for a while, you might
remember LoveFilm Box Office which supplied very similar content.
TalkTalk Box Office is not simply a new name for the old service
though, Bollywood movies, music concerts and even theatre
productions are all now also available through the
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How do I use TalkTalk Box Office?
Once the popcorn is made and everyone is gathered around the TV,
open the TalkTalk player by pressing the dedicated button on your
remote. Once there navigate over to the Film section of the app and
press ok. You'll be given the choice of over 250 movies to rent for
as little as £2.50, with many new releases available for £3.50, or
£4.50 for a HD version.
Once you have found a film you like, simply choose either the HD
or SD version and you will be asked to enter your TalkTalk TV PIN.
There's no need for a monthly subscription or any extra credit card
details, the charge will simply be added to your bill at the end of
You're then free to watch the film as many times as you like
over a full 48 hours. To find your movie just head over to the
'recently viewed' section of the TalkTalk player, where you can
either start the film again or continue from where you last left
off. Watched a film you really liked on Friday night? It's still
yours all weekend so your friends and family can pop over for a
Do I have access to TalkTalk Box Office?
Anyone with a TalkTalk TV package has access to all the latest
movies available on the service, you just need to make sure your
YouView box is currently connected to the web. To do this you will
need to run an Ethernet cable directly from your router to your
digital TV box, if you haven't done this already you should find an
Ethernet cable in the box your router came in.