JenniO wrote: »
Don't 'watch tv' - so don't have a TV license or SKY/freesat, etc. Just watch catup up tv online and haven't missed it a bit! Only use my tv now for DVD's or for the games console.
r.a.i.n.b.o.w wrote: »
Don't say that too loud!! If you have a TV or DVD player, or anything that can receive TV signals (will probably include PCs very soon) then you should have a licence, even if it just sits in a cupboard and you just use it once a year for games/DVD!
JenniO wrote: »
I can scream it from the hilltops, my friend. I duly informed them a few years ago. Have a look at this:http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/faqs/FAQ15/What if I only use a TV to watch videos/DVDs/as a monitor for my games console? Do I still need a licence?
You do not need a TV Licence if you only use your TV to watch videos and DVDs or as a monitor for your games console.
You can tell us that you do not need a TV Licence by using our online declaration form. One of our Enforcement Officers may visit you to confirm that you do not need a licence.
burge23 wrote: »
Shoes - Clarks outlet shoe shop in Livingston is a godsend for school shoes and trainers. Thrift shop for other uniform. (We have a set and very expensive supplier). Next for basic uniform - better quality and cheaper than Marks and adjustable waist so no embarrassing playground moments.
quintwins wrote: »
you do need a lisence if your watching t.v online tho there was a whole thing about it a few years back, i paid mine this morning sometimes i hate doing it anually but there DD were so unreliable (cause theres 3 days either side) we kept getting charges from them taking it early
The change comes in from Sunday 24 October
It normally costs £15
Here's when and how to book