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13 April 2015
TV Licensing and RNIB highlight half price Licence
Anybody who is registered as blind (severely sight impaired), or lives with someone who is, should make sure they are claiming a 50 per cent reduction on the cost of their TV Licence.
11 February 2015
The TV programmes proven to improve your chances this Valentine's day
With UK adults watching four hours of TV a day on average1, couples on their first date can turn to television programmes to find common ground. But could revealing the shows you love mean you won’t get a second date?
09 February 2015
TV Licensing: Hoteliers to get ready for Valentine's get-away
With Valentine’s Day - the first celebratory weekend of 2015 - just around the corner, TV Licensing is appealing to hotels and guest houses across the UK to make sure they are correctly licensed.
02 February 2015
Avoid scrum for licences ahead of 6 Nations
Ahead of the RBS 6 Nations tournament, which kicks off on Friday 6 February, TV Licensing is reminding pubs and sports clubs to make sure they are correctly covered by a TV Licence.
02 January 2015
Looking for love in 2015? Watch QI to find your perfect partner
Research by TV Licensing reveals the TV programmes which make us TellyTractive to a potential New Year squeeze.
17 December 2014
Generous tooth fairies, the messiah, and contacting a clairvoyant - top TV Licence excuses
Between 94 and 95 per cent of homes across the UK are correctly licensed, but a small minority of people continue to offer TV Licensing decidedly dodgy excuses as to why they don’t have a licence when caught evading.
10 November 2014
Free TV Licences for everyone celebrating their 75th birthday
More than four million people across the UK are already enjoying the benefits of the concession, which applies to anyone 75 or over, regardless of income, or anyone living with someone aged 75 or over. Although the concession is free, it must be applied for in order for the address to be correctly licensed.
13 October 2014
TV Licensing: Has your town embraced tech or clung on to the cheque?
Some towns and cities across the UK are forging ahead by leading the adoption of online payment channels while others prefer lower tech methods, according to figures released today by TV Licensing.
29 September 2014
TV Licensing: Money matters to students
As term begins and students make a start to their studies, a report has revealed personal finance is the number one priority for undergraduates, many will be taking on new responsibilities such as a first-time TV Licence.
22 September 2014
TV Licensing: 'Night owls fuel midnight shopping trend'
Over the past 12 months, 42,000 people updated their details or bought a TV Licence online between midnight and 6am while most of us are fast asleep. This marks a 40 per cent increase over the same period four years ago.

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