Nearly 3.5million Brits have stopped paying their TV

Nov 21, 2011 This is what happens if you don’t pay for your TV licence A TV licence costs £154.50 and covers all live TV or BBC iPlayer, meaning if you watch anything live or want to catch up on the latest episode of Line of Duty or The Bodyguard, you must have one. Why do I have to pay for my TV licence? - Page 3 — Digital Spy

If you can’t pay for your annual TV licence in one lump sum, there are various options available to spread the cost. Direct debit You can make smaller payments by direct debit, including monthly or quarterly. Bear in mind, though, that if you go for a quarterly direct debit, you will be charged £1.25 per quarter, adding an extra £5 to your

Ways to pay for a TV Licence Payment options. Pay online using MasterCard or Visa Cash/cheque or Debit Card at any Post Office By Direct Debit; By phone: 01 7058800 using MasterCard or Visa Post a cheque (crossed and made payable to An Post) to your local TV Licence Record's Office; TV licence stamps available at your local Post Office How to cancel and stop paying your TV licence Jul 13, 2016

How to watch TV legally WITHOUT paying for a licence

The maximum penalty is a £1,000 fine plus any legal costs and/or compensation you may be ordered to pay." If you don't either buy a TV licence or declare that you don't need one, chances are you Paypoints - TV Lic Our range of physical pay points extends to Banks, the Post Office, Retailers, Easypay outlets, Pay At outlets, SABC Head Office and branches.Take your statement with you, furnish your TV licence account number as reference, and choose the most convenient place for paid-up peace of mind. Do I need a TV Licence and how much does it cost? Can I pay my TV Licence at the Post Office? No, you can no longer pay for your TV Licence at the Post Office. If you do want to pay for your TV Licence in person you’ll need to apply for a payment card by calling 0300 555 0286 - there’s more information available here. The payment card is free, and it won’t cost you any extra to use. Paying for your TV licence | Independent Age Even if you don’t have a television, you may still need a TV licence for other viewing devices, such as a computer, laptop, tablet, digital box, games console or DVD recorder. You can apply for a TV licence on the TV Licensing website or by post, phone or at any PayPoint. There are various ways to pay and you can spread the costs.