So long you have a TV, you need to subscribe TV license. But come on, if you have a TV, are you sure you won't watch TV? Watch on PC large LCD screen should be ok.jeffhiew said:What about those that only watch DVDs, need to get TV license too?
That is 'Guilty until proven Innocent'? :bsmilie:AReality said:I think .sg's law is based on "Total Criminalisation".
Everyone needs to be guilty to a certain degree.
So when u brought in for questioning, they will "overlook" the unpaid parking fines, the MP3s in your harddisk, if u guai guai cooperate with them...
Good idea leh...get a TV tuner card and declare no TV... :bsmilie:tao said:So long you have a TV, you need to subscribe TV license. But come on, if you have a TV, are you sure you won't watch TV? Watch on PC large LCD screen should be ok.
That is 'Guilty until proven Innocent'? :bsmilie:
1 household 1 license. No matter how much TVs do you have.Chiang said:1 tv 1 license ?
or 1 household 1 license ?
install on car lcd n can watch tv programmes , need to get 1 lic ?
all this money is really alot of money wor.......................................
actually it's because the original forum poster had a receiver without license at his/her house.nova_nebula said:Is there an assumption that ALL households are defaulted to have TV so ALL must pay until informed otherwise? Sounds like an Opt-out system. Never like it, never will.
i beg to differ. dun forget the walk overs. if all wards are contested, maybe only 55%, my optimistic guess.Myfz1 said:Sorry hor not all choose to pay n pay, only 66.6%
On another note , what about those living in 1 or 2 room flats who don't have TV, and are not educated to write in and declare they have no TV. Are they being fined? I bet you they are. Way to go MDA , make money from the poor and uneducated.
I never listen to radio, yet I have to pay for the radio license everytime I renew my road-tax. There is no opt-out. For me, this is a "forced donation".Artosoft said:AFAIK, car is a must with TV/RADIO license when you got Car's license.
No need. Consider you already pay it with your house TV/Radio License... :bsmilie: .tsdh said:I never listen to radio, yet I have to pay for the radio license everytime I renew my road-tax. There is no opt-out. For me, this is a "forced donation".
How about those handphones with radio, shall they pay radio license too?
hahahahaha, don't you just love the way the govt works? Aren't you guys even angry?tao said:Of course he will get fined... well, if he doesn't have a TV set, he still need to inform MDA so that he doesn't have to pay the TV licensing fee.
Quality dramas? Like which ones? ;-)tks said:There was debate some years back on whether the government should continue to collect radio and tv licences. The amount collected is not insignificant. These monies are used to fund Public Service Broadcast (PSB) programmes such as arts and culture, current affairs, quality dramas, info-educational, sports, children and minority language programmes.