PayPoint has confirmed a deal with the BBC that will see it providing in-store payment for TV Licensing for another six years.

The deal allows consumers to pay for TV licence fees in instalments or in one go at PayPoint’s network of 29,000 stores. In the past 11 years, PayPoint stores have processed 275 million transactions for TV Licensing.

PayPoint commercial director Lewis Alcraft said: “I would like to thank the retailers we work with for the great service they deliver to their communities every day.”

PayPoint retailer Sam Coldbeck, of Wharfedale Convenience, Hull, said: “It’s a good service for our customers, and paying bigger amounts means more commission, although I’m not sure how much footfall it brings in.”

PayPoint has confirmed a deal with the BBC that will see it providing in-store payment for TV Licensing for another six years.

The deal gives consumers the chance to pay for TV license fees in instalments or one go at PayPoint’s network of 29,000 stores. In the past 11 years, PayPoint stores have looked after 275m transactions for TV Licensing.

PayPoint Plc commercial director Lewis Alcraft said: “I would like to thank the retailers we work with for the great service they deliver to their communities every day.”

PayPoint retailer Sam Coldbeck of Wharfedale Convenience, Hull, said: “It’s a good service for our customers, and paying bigger amounts means more commission, although I’m not sure how much footfall it brings in."