TalkTalk TV service not working? We'll help you get back watching TV as soon as possible with some simple checks.
You'll find our TalkTalk TV Installation guides useful
You'll find Problems with TV recordings helpful
Check out our
Remote control guide
See our guide to
TV error codes
However, if you're already a TalkTalk TV and broadband customer, please check the following:
The TV Boost page only lists the Boosts which meet both of the following criteria:
A small number of customers are not eligible to some Boosts due to the line speed being too slow (less than 7Mbps). As our Boost channels and on-demand content is delivered over the internet, we require lines to be sufficiently fast to give you a positive viewing experience. You can check what Boosts you're subscribed to by going to My TV.
Some customers are not eligible to Boosts due to the line speed being too slow (less than 7Mbps). As our Boost channels and on-demand content is delivered over the internet, we require lines to be fast enough to give you a positive viewing experience.
If you're below 7Mbps you will still see the free-to-air channels in your guide and will be able to subscribe only to certain Boosts. This will also result in you not seeing the purchase option for other Boosts as we don’t want to sell you something you cannot use.
We get our channels and on-demand content from a range of different providers. To be able to offer this content on mobile devices and web, we need permission from the content provider.
Unfortunately, we're unable to offer a purchase option on iOS at this time. However, you'll still be able to view content that you have already paid for.
You can still make purchases on our website. Purchases will then be immediately available to stream or download in our iOS app.
We currently do not offer the chance to download on-demand content linked to TV Boosts. This is as often we use other content providers for TV Boosts and currently don't have the rights to download.
Following a recent Youview update, some customers are seeing a Blue/Black screen when accessing the Settings menu on their TalkTalk TV box. This is only affecting customers using Model DN370T. To fix the issue you'll need to perform a factory reset (option 2 to keep recordings) in maintenance mode. You'll find the instructions for this in How to find maintenance mode .
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