Is it possible for a non UK citizen to buy a TV Licence

The current licence fee is £144.50 per year. Viewers caught watching BBC iPlayer or live TV without a licence could be prosecuted and fined up to £1,000, plus legal costs. But, at this stage How to watch TV legally WITHOUT paying for a licence Feb 03, 2020 How students can legally use BBC iPlayer without a licence Oct 12, 2019 From 1 September you will need a TV license to watch BBC From 1 September, you will be legally required to have a TV license to watch shows on BBC iPlayer. TV Licensing has also stated that you will need a TV license if you access iPlayer through Sky

Jul 15, 2020

We share some of your personal data with TV Licensing, to check if you are using BBC iPlayer and to keep their database to up date. Find out more about when you need a TV Licence . Outside those

The BBC Licence website states that I only need a licence if I watch TV LIVE feeds and/or use the BBC iPlayer. "You need to be covered by a TV Licence to watch or record programmes as they’re being shown on TV or live on an online TV service

So, as long as you can answer 'yes' to all of the following, you can watch iPlayer without a TV Licence: 1 - You're watching on a device that is functioning on its own battery power, without being plugged into the mains (e.g. a laptop or phone). 2 - Your parents have a TV Licence. 3 - Your parents' home address is your main address, meaning it