People can claim money back on their TV licence up to as much as £159 if they meet the right criteria.
Those who do not want to renew their licence could get money back. If you do not require your license you can request a refund, however, there needs to be at least one month left before it expires.
People only need a TV licence in the UK to watch any programme that is being broadcast or streamed live. Content including live streaming services such as BBC iPlayer also requires a licence – which helps fund the BBC.
Households can apply for a refund up to 14 days before the date they no longer need the TV licence. Any refund will be paid by cheque or a BACS transfer directly into your bank account. Those interested can apply for a refund on their television licence if they will not need it again before its expiration date, reports the Express.
The amount someone is due in a refund will be worked out by TV Licensing. They will look carefully at the information they have been given, the date the person wants to cancel and let them know if they can offer them a refund.
The refund form appears as an online application that those looking for a refund can fill in. As part of the refund application, applicants should include the name on their TV licence, address, and postcode.