- 1 Where do I find my TV Licence number?
- 2 Can I check my TV Licence online?
- 3 Do you get TV Licence reminder?
- 4 Can I have the number for TV Licence?
- 5 Does my TV Licence number stay the same?
- 6 How do you find out if your TV Licence is due?
- 7 How do I check if my TV Licence is paid?
- 8 How do I know if an email from TV Licensing is genuine?
- 9 How can TV Licensing prove you are watching TV 2020?
- 10 How can I avoid paying my TV Licence?
- 11 Does my parents TV Licence cover me?
- 12 Do I need a TV Licence to watch Netflix?
- 13 How do I pay my TV Licence by phone?
- 14 How do I ring my TV Licence?
- 15 How can I speak to someone at TV Licensing?
Where do I find my TV Licence number?
You can find your 10-digit TV Licence number on your current TV Licence, as well as any letters or emails we’ve sent you. You can find your 9-digit Customer number on your payment or savings card or your 10-digit TV Licence number on your current TV Licence, as well as any letters or emails we’ve sent you.
Can I check my TV Licence online?
You can view your TV Licence online at any time. Once you’re signed in, you can also download or print your licence if you need to. To sign in, you’ll need your TV Licence number, last name and postcode on the licence. Don’t know your TV Licence number?
Do you get TV Licence reminder?
TV Licensing will make every effort to ensure you receive your licence and reminder after you choose to receive them electronically.
Can I have the number for TV Licence?
Our call centre by phone on 0300 790 6165*
Does my TV Licence number stay the same?
TV Licensing If you either pay by Direct Debit, always renew your TV Licence using the renewal form or quote your TV Licence number when you renew then your TV Licence number will stay the same each year. If you do notice that you have a different TV Licence number simply quote the new number if you need to contact us.
How do you find out if your TV Licence is due?
Simply sign in to view your licence and expiry date. You’ll need the licence number, last name and postcode of the licence holder. Don’t know your TV Licence number? If you receive your licence through the post, the expiry date will also be on your TV Licence.
How do I check if my TV Licence is paid?
How can I check my payment or savings card balance?
- Signing into your payment card to view your payment history and balance.
- Calling our 24 hour automated enquiry service on 0300 555 0286*.
- Texting INFO along with your Customer Number (eg: INFO 123456789) to 64488.
How do I know if an email from TV Licensing is genuine?
Need help to check if a TV Licensing email is genuine?
- Check the sender. Genuine TV Licensing emails are sent from [email protected] tvlicensing.co.uk or [email protected] tvlicensing.co.uk.
- Partial Postcode.
- Look for your name.
- Check the spelling and grammar.
- Check the links.
How can TV Licensing prove you are watching TV 2020?
There has never been a case in court where the TV license officer has produce evidence from any mythical detection device to prove you had a TV. The only way is for the license officer to photograph your property with some thing distinctive identifying your house and showing a TV on in your lounge.
How can I avoid paying my TV Licence?
Only watch catch-up TV? You DON’T have to pay (unless you’re watching BBC iPlayer) If you never watch the BBC and only watch TV using other channels’ catch-up services, it’s possible to ditch the TV licence legally and save yourself £159 a year, no matter which device you’re watching on.
Does my parents TV Licence cover me?
Your parents ‘ TV Licence won’t cover you while you’re away at university. If you only use a device that’s powered solely by its own internal batteries, you will be covered by your parents ‘ TV Licence. However, you must not install the device (e.g. plug it into the mains) when using it to receive TV.
Do I need a TV Licence to watch Netflix?
With the exception of BBC iPlayer content, you only need a licence for watching or recording content as it is broadcast on TV. If you’re streaming on-demand movies or TV shows on Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus, Netflix or YouTube (or any other online video service) you don’t currently need a licence.
How do I pay my TV Licence by phone?
Call us on 0300 790 6165* or pay online. Or, you can pay smaller amounts by debit or credit card if you apply for a TV Licensing payment card. You can use this card to pay weekly or monthly at any PayPoint, over the phone, by text or online. Call 0300 555 0286* to get a TV Licensing payment card.
How do I ring my TV Licence?
Phone the TV Licensing agency by dialling the UK contact number 0300 790 0368 for general enquiries about the cost of renewing a TV licence and to change your registered address.
How can I speak to someone at TV Licensing?
The quickest way of speaking to a TV Licensing call handler is the following:
- Call 0300 790 6131.
- Listen to the 30 second welcome message (tortuous, but you can’t do anything else at this stage).
- As soon as the voice begins to read out the first menu options press 5.