TalkTalk customers will face two price hikes this winter - one in November and the second in December.

Increases could cost UK households as much as £33 per year for broadband, phone and TV packages.

The telecoms network has said it is currently in the process of getting in touch with customers and letting them know of the price charges.

Package costs will rise on Friday, November 4, while call charges will begin to take effect on Thursday, December 1.

Package charges and new prices from 4 November:

  • Line rental is going up from £17.70 to £18.95.
  • Value line rental (for 12 months) is going up from £191.16 to £204.66.
  • Value line rental (for 18 months) is going up from £270.81 to £289.93.
  • Simply Broadband is going up from £7.50 to £9.
  • Essentials TV (incl broadband) is going up from £10 to £11.50.
  • Plus TV (incl broadband) is going up from £20 to £21.50.

Changes in calling rates from 1 December:

  • Call connection fee is going up from 17p to 18p.
  • UK calling out of any bundle package is going up from 11.5p to 12.5p

A TalkTalk spokesperson said: "While some of our prices are changing, millions of TalkTalk customers can reduce their monthly bill and pay less than they do today by switching to our Fixed Low Price Plans.

"They'll be guaranteed no broadband price hikes for 18 months - something which no other provider can guarantee. And if they see a better deal from TalkTalk, the can switch and save money."