License Fee

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License Fee

An amount of money one must pay in order to acquire a license. For example, one may be required to pay $25 for a driver's license, even after one passes the driver's test. See also: Import license, Export license.
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Again, they need to ensure their out-of-term address has a valid television licence.
Besides Finland and Norway, television licence fees are also reviewed annually in Sweden, Denmark, the United Kingdom and Italy.
From next month, a law change will mean a television licence is needed to legally access catch-up television on BBC iPlayer, or to download BBC programmes.
a person from controlling commercial television licences that collectively reach more than 75 per cent of the Australian population (the 'reach rule'); a person from controlling more than two of the three regulated forms of media (commercial radio, commercial television and associated newspapers) in the one commercial radio licence area (the '2 out of 3 rule').
TV LICENSING and Age UK are urging people aged over 75 to make sure they're claiming their free television licences.
The television licence fee levied for the BBC could be cut as part of the British government's austerity drive, Culture Minister Jeremy Hunt said.
THE cost of a colour television licence will rise by pounds 3 to pounds 142.
Nobody on this planet deserves the money he is paid and we, the television licence payers, are paying for this overpaid, under talented, so-called celebrity.
TELEVISION licence inspectors from An Post do have a sense of humour after all.
Capita, which also runs London's congestion charge and collects television licence fees, smashed expectations with its interim results in July and its shares rose to a record high of 668p on Wednesday as investors geared up for news of more contract wins.
This electronic "swipe and save" card provides a safe way to pay towards the cost of a television licence, and can be used at more than 15,000 PayPoint outlets across the UK.
The television licence made sense when the BBC was responsible for half the nation's television channels, and our most popular radio stations.

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