Read this: TV licences - hundreds of thousands still pay by cheque | News | theguardian.com
Summary: Cheques have been declining as a method of tender for years now but there is still a sizeable minority who are using them to pay for their TV licence, according to new data from the BBC. There are roughly 350,000 people from across the country who paid the 145.50 needed for their access to British television using cheques last year, making up around one percent of the 25m plus licences in circulation. We do not have the figures for what proportion cheques make up of overall licences in each of these towns but an alternative measure is to look at how the use of cheques compares to the number getting e-licences - a paperless way of paying online, which 5.6m used last year. - theguardian.comwww.theguardian.comTV licences - hundreds of thousands stil…
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