Our TV Licence Number can be used to seek assistance from the customer service team at the body that administrates the TV Licensing system here in the UK. It’s mandatory for anyone watching live TV in the UK to purchase a TV Licence on an annual basis
– failure to do so can lead to prosecution and a large fine. Double check you’ve got a valid TV Licence before you go any further – if you’ve not, you need to make arrangements for your TV Licence immediately.
Money collected from the TV Licence goes to fund the BBC – a public service broadcaster. Some money from the TV Licence also finds its way to funding Channel 4. The TV Licence allows the BBC to remain advert-free, whilst giving it the money required to produce top shows such as Dr Who and of course Eastenders.
The rules and regulations surrounding the TV Licence can on occasion appear murky. That said, it’s very simple in reality – if you’re watching any live TV at all, whether it’s the BBC, ITV, Sky or any other TV network, you must pay the TV Licence fee. It doesn’t matter if you’re watching live TV on your laptop or on a TV – you must pay. The same goes for any body recording live TV – whether that’s on a computer, a PVR or even a Sky box. If you only watch TV using catch up services like the BBC’s iPlayer, you do not have to purchase a TV Licence. Telephone Customer Service offer this number as a signposting service only which will contact you to TV Licence authority but with whom we are in no way affiliated to. An alternative number can be found on their website. See Terms and Conditions
To clarify your position as a TV Licence fee payer, or to ask a question or pitch a query, be sure to call our TV Licence Number now – it’s 0844 545 6550. This number will get you through to someone able to assist with your query.
If you need to talk to Sky’s customer service department in a hurry, be sure to call them right away on our following Sky number: 0844 545 9980. Hunting around the internet for the correct Sky customer care number can be a daunting task – the above number will take you to a general menu,
from where you can access any department you need to speak with. Whether you’re looking for great retentions deals or you’ve encountered a fault with your Sky setup, this is the number to call for all of your problems.
Sky is famous for offering a premium TV service. Sky offers various TV packages to subscribers including things like movies, sports and documentaries. Users can select the packages they wish to subscribe to, or they can subscribe to all of Sky’s packages, usually for a discount. Sky also offers a multi-room feature, allowing you to watch your Sky packages on different TVs within the same property. It’s ideal if you don’t necessarily want to watch cartoons with your children on the main TV!
Sky has also branched out into the communications sector – you can now pay Sky for a telephone connection as well as broadband. Sky’s telephone deals tend to represent great value, as do their broadband connections. Sky often run all-in-one packages containing premium TV, telephone and broadband connectivity – by subscribing to all these services from the one provider there are potentially huge savings for consumers. Telephone Customer Service offer this number as a signposting service only which will contact you to sky but with whom we are in no way affiliated to. An alternative number can be found on their website. See Terms and Conditions
No matter what your reason happens to be for trying to contact Sky, you can call their customer support team now on our following Sky number: 0844 545 9980.
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