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Virgin Media O2 gives thousands of customers Sky Kids HD at no extra cost

Virgin Media is adding Sky Kids HD (CH 707) to its Kids TV bundle, offering thousands of customers hours of ad-free entertainment at no extra cost. In addition to the channel launch, customers will also gain access to On Demand Sky Kids content.


As part of this update, new and existing customers who subscribe to Virgin Media’s Kids Pick will gain access to the brand-new Sky Kids channel which launched this month, as well as On Demand access to over 1,000 episodes from a range of popular Sky Originals and franchise favourites, for children and families alike to enjoy.


The Sky Kids line-up includes a host of exciting programmes including The Brilliant World of Tom Gates (5+ years old), The Slow Mo Guys’ Big Adventures (8+ years old), Kidz Bop Live in Concert (6+ years old), Dreamflight (8+ years old) and Blippi Visits (2+ years old) amongst many others.


Families will be able to watch Sky Kids entertainment at home and when they’re out via the Virgin TV Go app on WiFi, 3G, 4G or 5G in the UK.


To access Sky Kids HD, Virgin TV customers who subscribe to the Kids Pick can simply head to channel 707, or for On Demand access, those with a TiVo or V6 box can go to: On Demand > Kids > Sky Kids, and those with Virgin TV 360 can go to: Box Sets & Movies > Kids > Sky Kids.


Customers who would like to add the Virgin TV Kids Pick to their package can do so by heading to channel 707 and clicking ‘enter’ to subscribe for just £5 per month. The Virgin TV Kids Pick offers a host of family favourites including Cartoon Network, Cartoonito and Nickelodeon.


The addition of the Sky Kids channel on Virgin TV follows Virgin Media offering its customers access to 80 free fitness classes including Disco DanceFit, HIIT and Kids & Fun at no extra cost so they can keep fit from the comfort of their own home.


Lisa Baker is Group Editor for the Need to See IT Publishing Group. Lisa writes about HR, Technology, Health, the Environment and Business.
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