PayPoint has announced a new contract with the BBC to allow consumers to pay for their TV Licence on its in-store terminals for another six years.
The deal ensures that customers will be able to start, or continue to pay for their TV Licence in any of PayPoint’s network of 29,000 stores.
Customers can pay for their TV Licence at no additional charge, and can pay with cash or debit card.
PayPoint commercial director Lewis Alcraft said: “We are incredibly pleased to be extending our relationship with the BBC and continuing a service that helps millions of customers each year.
“PayPoint’s over-the-counter services for TV Licensing represent excellent value for money for the BBC, and therefore for the licence payers themselves, while guaranteeing access to tens of thousands of payment outlets for customers across the UK.”