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My TV aerial fell off the roof (in the storm) so I rang up asking if I still had to pay as I could not get reception (not even through the Internet).

 

I then discovered that I had overpaid by this method of fortnightly installments. Not really worth cancelling my licence but I was pleasantly surprised I did not need to pay for 6 months and I was £109.80 overpaid. Worth a try if you have been paying for a bit.

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Hi,

What on earth was your TV LICENCE doing on the roof?

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Hi,

What on earth was your TV LICENCE doing on the roof?

 

A good point

 

Capaign issue: the TV Licnce is rather poor value for a single person who watches TV about once or twice a week, compared to the same rate for a family with children and TV in each room.

 

I think there should be a single person lesser rate for the best value.

 

Over Christmas I could not find anything to watch at all.

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