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Discussion in 'Life in the UK' started by Kuya, Jun 18, 2012.
Even if I don't watch TV? I watch through online.
As with most things there can be different interpretations but as a general rule if you watch TV on Phone, tablet, laptop or PC at the same time as the programme is being broadcast on TV then, by law, you need a TV licence.
any advise how can my hubby get a tfc! ive been telling him about it but were both clueless on how he can subscribe to tfc..any contacts of tfc in cheltenham area?
I am just exploring ways to get some Filipino channels for free on a TV. The best way seems to be by using an Android TV box. Several channels are available for free but TFC will still be chargeable.
Doing this because we got a TV a week ago and want to surprise my wife for Xmas Day. Will update once the equipment is purchased and set-up.
Sorry for reviving this very old thread. But, how much now is the monthly and yearly rate for the TFC subscription back there in the UK?
Is just asked my sister in law to arrange this for the Mrs and me as she'll get some sort of referral bonus.
I understand it'll cost me £20 per month. I'll update here once received to confirm
Im want to get satellite tv can you guide me bit more plz, thanks
I have a TFC subscription for Mica in Cayman. the monthly subscription for the Premium option is £6.95. She then uses google chromecast to play it on the TV. Its also just a monthly contract.
I do like I can See your Voice
is it live streaming o pre recorded programmes?
It looks like catch-up TV to me.