You should call 0300 790 6144 by phone if you want to learn more about the UK TV Licences required before the government can give you the all-clear to watch TV in this country.
The UK Government has found an ingenious way of gathering revenue to support the BBC. In the UK, if you own a TV or if you intend to watch TV at your home, you have to pay the government for a TV Licence. Without a TV Licence, you are technically a criminal if you turn on the TV set at home. You’ll also be subjected to the hassles of investigations, court hearings and large fines.
If you have questions about the TV Licence or if you just want to know what it really is and how the tax affects you, then dial 0300 790 6144.
For payment enquiries you can call either 0300 555 0286 (Payment Card enquiries) or 0300 555 0281 (Savings Card enquiries).
If you’re a textphone user, then the number to dial is 0300 790 6050.
To learn more about the TV Licence, you can post a letter to:
TV Licensing can also be contacted using their online enquiry form found at https://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/cs/contact-us/index.app.