Oct 11, 2018

Feb 21, 2019 BBC iPlayer and the TV Licence: Your questions answered That means if you do not have a TV and only use your computer to watch Netflix, All 4, Amazon Prime Video, or other (non-iPlayer) on-demand services, you do not need to pay a licence fee. Any live-streaming from TV broadcasters, though, does require a licence. BBC iPlayer: How to use BBC iPlayer? Do you need to pay TV

Jul 15, 2020

"As of 1 September 2016, a change in the law means you need to be covered by a TV Licence to download or watch BBC programmes on demand - including catch up TV – on BBC iPlayer. This applies to all devices. The change will not affect the huge majority of households which are already licensed. May 27, 2020 · No. You don’t need to have a TV licence to watch On Demand content (outside of BBC iPlayer) on any device. However, if the content you’re watching is being broadcast live – a sporting event through

Licence fee and funding - About the BBC

Apr 10, 2018 · The TV License is actually just a license for owning a TV reception device in the UK not for the BBC, the government allows the BBC to have all that money instead of funding it from indirect taxation. Jun 10, 2019 · You don’t need a licence if you only ever watch on demand or catch up programmes on services other than BBC iPlayer (and you also never watch live TV programmes on any channel, including on