I know that this has been mentioned and suggested numerous amounts of times, although I feel that TalkTalk has no intention of introducing this feature. I am a young carer and I live in a low finance home. I care for my disabled brother all the time while also studying and jobseeking. As you could imagine, also living in a single parent home would suggest the money is quite tight - for this reason, I praise TalkTalk's cheap deals and their amazing customer service and their outstanding packages. I hardly get the chance to watch anything that I enjoy because they're all on the entertainment boost and my mum and brother often watch it while I prefer to be in my room - and with the lack of multi-room support, I am unable to watch these programs from my room (which I think should be a free feature - if you pay for the box, and for the channels, multi-room support should be offered by TalkTalk for free, even if it's only to their most loyal customers). Other than this one suggestion, I find TalkTalk amazing and I have helped other family members sign up - and they love it, but they have all complained about not being able to have multi-room boxes. Even if TalkTalk decided not to support the idea, but at the very least it should be unblocked and allowed - TV Services these days cost a bomb, and TalkTalk is one of the only providers that gives such flexible and cheap plans, so why not attract even more customers by allowing this feature? It's so disgusting that Sky, BT and Virgin Media charge their customers to access multi-room support when these customers are willing to buy the boxes. These providers often set a price in stone and imagine that everyone in the UK lives such an amazing life that they will be able to afford the best of everything - something that TalkTalk doesn't do (hence their many loyal customers), but not even offering the option is slightly stupid... I hope that my mini essay has convinced some warm-hearted person to consider the lives of others and that sometimes such a luxury can be all that someone needs to get them through the day. I am grateful that you have taken the time to read this and I apologise for the majority of this text being personal but I feel that without some context, TalkTalk will just view the matter as a novelty rather than something that some people may rely on to cheer them up - especially when they cannot afford such services elsewhere.