tv licence

  citadel 19:18 06 Aug 07
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The only letter I have had for ages and it's the tv licence renewal notice telling me it is now a massive £135-50.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 19:21 06 Aug 07

So that will be 37p a day?

G

  Pine Man 19:22 06 Aug 07

Brilliant value - worth every penny!

  Pine Man 19:23 06 Aug 07

Brilliant value - worth every penny!

  Pine Man 19:23 06 Aug 07

Twice as brilliant for some reason?

  Earthsea 19:25 06 Aug 07

You get what you pay for. The less you pay the worse the service. I don't think BBC TV output is as good as it used to be but there's a lot of competition now and ratings are everything (unfortunately).

Radio and their website are good, though.

  QuizMan 19:45 06 Aug 07

GANDALF <|:-)> - to paraphrase Mr Micawber, 37p a day is only good value if you have 38p spare income, but it's a point well made.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 19:53 06 Aug 07

If you do not have 38p per day spare income then you do not get TV...simple as that. No person has died from lack of TV and it is not really a necessity.

G

  45 Mart 19:53 06 Aug 07

It would be good value if it was something that you actually required and you wanted to pay for, but as it is a bill that is forced on you and you have no choice, whether you use their services or not, then I can't see how it is classed as good value.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 19:54 06 Aug 07

The BBC website is worth much more than 37p a day on it's own.

G

  mammak 20:17 06 Aug 07

Comes out of my bank every month hardly notice it about £11 or something like that

better value than up to a thousand pound fine for not having one I reckon :-)

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