Talk to the TV Licence department of the UK government by phoning their general enquiries contact number 0300 790 6144.
If you’re like most people, chances are you like watching TV either alone or in the company of your friends or family. Television is one of the best examples of inventions that have really changed the way we live our lives. We use the TV to watch sports, movies, series and the news – but before we are able to watch any of these in the UK, we first need to contact TV Licensing for a licence.
TV Licensing Contact Numbers
Those who really want to learn all about TV Licensing can call 0300 790 613 or 0300 790 6144.
If, however, your problem is related to the Payment Card and the Savings Card, then call them up on 0300 555 0286 for Payment Card Enquiries and 0300 555 0281 for Savings Card Enquiries.
If you’re on the Minicom, then the number to dial is 0300 790 6050.
If the BBC programmes are a little bit disappointing and you don’t mind letting them know just how you feel, then call 03700 100 222 to formally make a complaint.
Email the TV Licence help team
You are also given the option to correspond with them by email. They don’t display an email address however you can fill out an online contact form at www.tvlicensing.co.uk/cs/contact-us/index.app.
TV Licensing Postal Address
If your enquiries are about your TV Licence, then send your post to:
If you’re using a Payment Card and you would like to explain your comments and complaints about that particular mode of payment in a letter, then send it to:
Payment Card Customer Relations,
If you’re complaining about the Savings Card, then post your letter of complaint to:
TSC Customer Relations,
If you think the BBC programmes are sub-par, then send a complaint letter to:
PO Box 1922,