I live in an area of Mid Wales where digital TV availability is limited to about a third of the channels available in other areas.  Also, there is no DAB coverage at all and I am unlikely to be able to receive DAB in the near future.

Why, then, should I pay the same license fee as someone in, for example, London, who can enjoy a much better service?  Why should I be expected effectively to subsidise others?

I suggest that there should be a graduated scale of license fee, with those unable to receive the full service paying proportionately less.

Why is this idea important?

I am at present subsidising those in other parts of the country, who can receive all BBC services.  I do not wish to do so!

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