How Much Does a TV Licence Cost?


In the UK, a TV license will cost you ?145.50 for a colour TV and ?49.00 for a black and white TV. You need to be covered by a valid TV license to watch, record or broadcast.
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The average cost of a TV license is £149.50 for a colour and £49.00 for a black and white TV licence per year. In some cases you may be entitled to a discount. Please see for further information.
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