Bridgwater homes in paper TV licence trial

Bridgwater Mercury: Bridgwater homes in paper TV licence trial Bridgwater homes in paper TV licence trial

OVER 18,800 households across Bridgwater are part of a UK-wide initiative by TV Licensing to reduce the number of paper TV licences issued.

Direct debit customers will no longer receive an annual paper licence as long as they automatically renew and pay on time.

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8:31am Thu 13 Mar 14

awayswing says...

How is this an improvement other than fewer trees will be cut down?
How is this an improvement other than fewer trees will be cut down? awayswing
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11:58am Thu 13 Mar 14

RustyKnight says...

So the headline is wrong - it should read "Bridgwater homes in paper-free TV licence trial"!
So the headline is wrong - it should read "Bridgwater homes in paper-free TV licence trial"! RustyKnight
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