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About TV Licence
TV Licence is also known as “TV Licensing” and is a trade mark used by companies contracted by the BBC to administer the collection of TV Licence fees and to ensure the enforcement of the television licensing system. The BBC is a public authority in respect of its TV Licensing functions.
Some common TV Licence FAQs:
Q: Where can I pay for my TV Licence?
A: You can pay for your TV Licence fees in cash or by debit card at any PayPoint outlet. There are roughly 26,800 PayPoint outlets across the United Kingdom, the outlets can be found in newsagents, supermarkets, convenience stores and garages.
Q: Is it required to have a physical copy of my TV Licence?
A: It is not required to keep a physical copy of your TV Licence, although TV Licensing recommends that you access your TV licence online and print off a copy for your records.
Q: If I choose to receive my TV Licence electronically, how it will be issued?
A: On the receipt of payment of your licence fee you will receive your licence as an email. Please ensure that the email you use is valid.
Contact TV Licence Headquarters using the following contact information:
TV License Customer Services,
Address: Customer Relations, TV Licensing Darlington, DL98 1TL
Phone Number: 0844 453 5095
TV License Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am-6pm | Sat 8am-1pm
If you are TV Licence customer and wish to contact TV Licence Customer Services, then you can call the TV Licence Phone Number – 0844 453 5095. This phone number will connect you with the TV Licence Customer Services executive who are available 24 hours to get TV Licence for you.
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