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Gary
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....any other form of receiving live TV .... TV is only used for kodi ...

No TVCatchup, Turks, UKTV or other streaming/IPTV installed?

[Edited on 02-09-2016 by Dom]


Nothing installed for watching live TV Plenty of shows and films to go at

I honestly couldnt care less aobut watching 'live' TV. There are only a couple of shows that interest me. Guy Martins Speed for instance, but im fucked if im paying a TV licence for an hours TV this sunday
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^ Exactamundo
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I pay 30 quid a month already to sky to watch TV.


So what's an extra £12?
I could understand the issue if it was £40 or so. But £12 you will spend on shite over the course of a month anyway?
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ok heres a question, my gf doesnt own a tv at her house but does stream non-live stuff to her tablet and phone so doesnt pay a tv license

now bbc iplayer is considered part of the tv license

what if i went round and watched bbc iplayer on my ipad at her house (as i pay a tv license at mine)

does license cover the person paying or the household? (ie would she get in trouble if i watched a live bbc show on my ipad at her house?)
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Originally posted by Steve
I pay 30 quid a month already to sky to watch TV.


So what's an extra £12?
I could understand the issue if it was £40 or so. But £12 you will spend on shite over the course of a month anyway?


Fancy giving me 12 quid a month for shits and giggles? I can give you account number and sort code
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ok heres a question, my gf doesnt own a tv at her house but does stream non-live stuff to her tablet and phone so doesnt pay a tv license

now bbc iplayer is considered part of the tv license

what if i went round and watched bbc iplayer on my ipad at her house (as i pay a tv license at mine)

does license cover the person paying or the household? (ie would she get in trouble if i watched a live bbc show on my ipad at her house?)


Covers the household I believe
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Originally posted by Steve
I pay 30 quid a month already to sky to watch TV.


So what's an extra £12?
I could understand the issue if it was £40 or so. But £12 you will spend on shite over the course of a month anyway?


Fancy giving me 12 quid a month for shits and giggles? I can give you account number and sort code


No mate. But if you were somehow stopping me from watching telle then I would yes. It's £12. How tight are you that your upset about £12?
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considering getting amazon prime, anyone on here use it? worthwhile? i mean the tv side of it.

Most of these things ive signed up for have usually just got a load of shit on them that i never watch



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Amazon prime is great for deliveries, Mr Robot and about 1 film every three months.

Oh that and Bosch
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Bosch is fantastic
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Originally posted by FlaFFy_91
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Originally posted by Steve
quote:
Originally posted by FlaFFy_91
quote:
Originally posted by Steve
I pay 30 quid a month already to sky to watch TV.


So what's an extra £12?
I could understand the issue if it was £40 or so. But £12 you will spend on shite over the course of a month anyway?


Fancy giving me 12 quid a month for shits and giggles? I can give you account number and sort code


No mate. But if you were somehow stopping me from watching telle then I would yes. It's £12. How tight are you that your upset about £12?


Whos stopping you watching tv if you dont pay your £12 a month?

What do you think will happen if you dont pay and they come knocking on your door? I can tell you now, nothing will happen.
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Amazon prime is great for deliveries, Mr Robot and about 1 film every three months.

Oh that and Bosch


are you getting any of those "buttons" for reordering shit-wipe etc
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Bosch is fantastic


is that a tv show or the tools?
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Netflix, Prime, Youtube and other channel OD services are just fine for me and the wife.




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Do I need a TV Licence if I donít watch BBC programmes?
A TV Licence is a legal permission to install or use television equipment to receive (i.e. watch or record) TV programmes, as they are being shown on TV or live on an online TV service

http://www.tvlicensing.co.uk/about/foi-legal-framework-AB16


Would you mind point out when and how i'm watching "live TV" please?

Cheers


Yeah i thought not
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Originally posted by FlaFFy_91
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Originally posted by Steve
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Originally posted by FlaFFy_91
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Originally posted by Steve
I pay 30 quid a month already to sky to watch TV.


So what's an extra £12?
I could understand the issue if it was £40 or so. But £12 you will spend on shite over the course of a month anyway?


Fancy giving me 12 quid a month for shits and giggles? I can give you account number and sort code


No mate. But if you were somehow stopping me from watching telle then I would yes. It's £12. How tight are you that your upset about £12?


Whos stopping you watching tv if you dont pay your £12 a month?

What do you think will happen if you dont pay and they come knocking on your door? I can tell you now, nothing will happen.


Nothing probably will happen. But for £12 a month is rather just pay it and not risk something actually happen.
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This is a much less baller question than I would expect on CS (aka check my portfolio). CS Should be talking about paying the license per screen they own..............Internet baller!
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Originally posted by Corsa_Sport21
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Originally posted by FlaFFy_91
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Originally posted by Steve
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Originally posted by FlaFFy_91
quote:
Originally posted by Steve
I pay 30 quid a month already to sky to watch TV.


So what's an extra £12?
I could understand the issue if it was £40 or so. But £12 you will spend on shite over the course of a month anyway?


Fancy giving me 12 quid a month for shits and giggles? I can give you account number and sort code


No mate. But if you were somehow stopping me from watching telle then I would yes. It's £12. How tight are you that your upset about £12?


Whos stopping you watching tv if you dont pay your £12 a month?

What do you think will happen if you dont pay and they come knocking on your door? I can tell you now, nothing will happen.


Nothing probably will happen. But for £12 a month is rather just pay it and not risk something actually happen.



Incorrect. A couple of years ago loads of people round my area got done for it. Think they ended up with a fine
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Do they look through people's Windows or something to see what channel they're watching? Otherwise how would they know. I certainly wouldn't let anyone who turned up at my door unexpected into my flat.
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Licencing guy knocked on my door a few years go. He had a electrical device in his hand which I assume is used to measure the airwaves or some shit, to see if a TV is being used in the property.

As soon as I answered the door he introduced himself and told me that he was already satisfied that we weren't watching tv.

I insisted that he came in and saw our media centre that was streaming Netflix at the time

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