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Shop From The Comfort Of Your Own Home On Sky TV

July 30, 2002

Shop From The Comfort Of Your Own Home On Sky Televison

Broadcast directly from Australia, TVSN (Television Shopping Network) arrives on SKY Digital’s channel 9 from August 1.

Based in Sydney with a purpose built digital broadcast television studio, distribution centre and in house call centre, TVSN will deliver the best in home shopping to all SKY Digital subscribers for no extra cost.

TVSN offers a 24-hour-a-day shopping service allowing all SKY Digital subscribers to purchase high quality products over the phone from the comfort of their own home.

This month TVSN introduces the stunning new Lisa HO summer range and to celebrate TVSN is holding a fashion special premiering the HO Collection and other distinctive brands.

A wide range of merchandise from around the world is always on offer, including the latest in jewellery, fashion, kitchenware, health and exclusive to TVSN, Harrods of London.

Specialised presenters dedicate one hour to each product category divulging all the necessary information about the specific items.


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