How To Pay ** If you pay your Tv license first you have to register the account ** Fill the required details for registration. Go to the official web page click Sign In Button -> Click Register button. Register ** Select any one button, I have a TV Licence Or I would like to purchase a TV Licence.

How To Pay ** If you pay your Tv license first you have to register the account ** Fill the required details for registration. Go to the official web page click Sign In Button -> Click Register button. Register ** Select any one button, I have a TV Licence Or I would like to purchase a TV Licence. Paypoints - TV Lic Use the ATM convenience of your own bank to make your TV licence payment using the TV Licences account details. Payments at ATM’s are accepted by: Nedbank (who also accept payments at their Self Service Terminals) How do I pay at a PayPoint? Where's my - TV Licensing

Once you had a TV licence registered to your home address, it covered numerous people watching live TV on numerous TV sets. You didn't need another licence for a second or third TV set in a

Nearly 3.5million Brits have stopped paying their TV Dec 19, 2017

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Pay for your TV Licence. Your Session Has Expired. View in Welsh . Renew It's easy to renew your licence. Card schemes Got a Savings or Payment Card? New licence Pay by DD, credit or debit card . Ways to pay for a TV Licence Link for Ways to pay for a TV Licence. Direct Debit Link for Direct But, if you download BBC programmes on iPlayer or record any live TV, you must have a colour TV Licence. Find out how to pay for a black and white licence. If you pay by Direct Debit you can upgrade to a colour licence at any time by calling us on 0300 790 6130 *. You can pay monthly, quarterly or yearly. TV licence evasion itself is not an imprisonable offence. However, the government says non-payment of the fine, following a criminal conviction, could lead to a risk of imprisonment . 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. You can pay at a PayPoint with cash or debit card. There is no additional charge for paying for your TV Licence at a PayPoint. You can buy a new TV Licence if you are paying all in one go. You can renew an existing TV Licence or you can make payments towards your licence with a payment card or savings card.