Wednesday October 21, 2020

Quarter of TV licences now paid in instalments

More than one in four Irish households are now paying their annual television licence payment on a phased basis, as a continued squeeze on income makes a lump sum payment less manageable.

16th July, 2011

More than one in four Irish households are now paying their annual television licence payment on a phased basis, as a continued squeeze on income makes a lump sum payment less manageable.

The annual fee of €160 must be paid by all households, businesses and institutions with a television.

Close to 1,430,000 licences were issued By An Post last year. New figures reveal that almost 360,000 households are now choosing to pay for their television...

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