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Sky has revealed a new way for existing customers to nab a huge bunch of extra channels including Sky Atlantic, MTV and Discovery, along with 350 other channels – and it won't cost you extra.

The provider is transforming its Original bundle into a new Sky Entertainment package, which is set to include lots more channel for the same price.

Customers will be able to pick and choose what they want and bolt-on extras for £5-a-month for access to around 450 box sets, children's channels or HD.

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However, it's worth flagging that this package won't include Sky Cinema or Sky Sports. The £20 Sky Entertainment bundle is available now to all Sky customers.

It's thought that the change aims to move the company away from old subscription deals and more in line with on-demand services such as Netflix and its own sub-brand Now TV.

Existing customers should contact Sky to move to the Sky Entertainment package, which will enter them into a new 18-month contract. If you don't want to accept a contract then the fee will be £25 per month instead.

A Sky spokesperson said: "We're introducing a new TV package called Sky Entertainment, which will let customers make Sky TV their own by personalising it based on what they love to watch.

"All customers will be able to enjoy the new package from January."


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