A colour TV licence will set you back £145.50 while a black-and-white licence costs £49. If you want to pay for your licence all in one go, then the easiest way to do this is by annual Direct Debit, which means your TV licence is automatically renewed for you every year.

Who has to pay for a TV licence and why do we have it The BBC’s decision to scrap free TV licences for all over 75’s means that 1.2 million households will be eligible for a free TV licence, and 3.7 million pensioners will have to pay for a TV Paying for your TV licence | Independent Age If you or your partner are getting Pension Credit, you can apply for a free licence by signing into your account. The BBC will also send an application form through the post to all over-75 TV licence holders. If you’re not receiving Pension Credit in your name or your partner’s, you’ll need to …

** Forgetting to renew your TV licence means a penalty of 10% per month to a maximum of 100% per annum. ** So, paying by annual debit order is the most convenient way to ensure that this never happens.

Pay for your TV licence online, renew your existing TV Licence, buy your First TV Licence online or change your existing personal details quickly and easily. Skip Navigation Thursday,23 July 2020 BBC confirms plans to make over-75s pay TV licence fee Jun 10, 2019 BBC criminalising thousands of young people for failing to

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If you pay with a TV Licensing payment card, you'll need to call 0300 555 0286. Then fill out the declaration. Anyone who no longer requires a TV licence – including those who pay in cash at certain shops or post offices, who don't need to do the above – can fill out a 'no licence needed' declaration form. BBC licence: What happens if you stop paying your TV