television licence

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television licence

n (Brit) → abbonamento alla televisione
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The fake alerts state they are from TV Licensing and offer money back to those over 75 years old.
Following the case, TV Licensing urged businesses to check whether or not they needed a TV licence for their premises.
More TV Licensing customers in Stirling are switching to online communications than ever before and, in the past year, numbers of those opting to choose a licence by e-mail have increased in the FK postcode region by 17 per cent.
TV Licensing is keen to make sure that parents of students from Wales heading to university in the coming weeks are aware of the laws surrounding a TV licence.
Caroline McCourt, spokesperson for TV Licensing, said: "Applying for a refund is quick and easy and we encourage all students who are eligible to take advantage of it.
TV Licensing says around 94% of British homes have the correct licence but a "small minority" try and evade the charge and offer some spectacular excuses to officers when they are paid a visit.
Her revelation came amid a renewed focus on TV licensing following the change in legislation to end the BBC iPlayer loophole.
AS students begin winding down for the year, TV Licensing is reminding those moving home for the summer they may be able to claim a refund, worth PS36.
Matthew Thompson, spokesperson for TV Licensing North told the ECHO: "Every year, myths circulate around campus about when you do and don't need a licence.
According to research by TV Licensing, longterm business reputation is more important than any gains made by cutting corners, particularly when it comes to keeping on the right side of the law.
TV Licensing has been working with groups in Cardiff to highlight licensing requirements to more than 2,990 people in the city who may speak Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati or Urdu as a first language.
TV Licensing is also reminding other businesses to make sure they are aware of their licensing requirements, to avoid the risk of prosecution and a largene.