Category: Government

TV Licence contact number – 0843 504 3685

TV Licence contact number

Phone the TV Licence contact number now to have any issue with the organisation dealt with quickly and effectively. Mandatory for anyone living in the UK who also owns a television, there are constantly thousands of people who need to get in touch with their customer service helpline every day.

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By ringing the TV Licence contact number through our dedicated number on Prove I Called, you will be able to make sure that you have proof of ringing – just in case you need it further down the line for a complaint or some other kind of administrative issue. Phone the TV Licence contact number now and get the assistance that you need, fast.

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Other ways to contact the TV Licence number team

TV Licensing is the department of the BBC responsible for ensuring that all liable households pay their TV Licence. You may need to contact TV Licensing if you; need to inform them of a change of address or other personal details, if you want to pay your TV License Fee, or if you want to check whether you need a TV License. The TV Licence Contact Number is 0300 790 6144. Payment or Savings Card customers have an alternative contact number which is 0300 555 0286. You can call the TV Licence Contact Number Monday to Friday between the hours of 08:30 to 18:30, Saturday 08:30 to 13:00, while the line is closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays.

The remit of TV Licensing extends to processing payments, notifying individuals that they need to purchase a TV Licence,answering queries and arranging payment options. These options include paying yearly, quarterly or monthly, via card or Direct Debit or by using the TV Licensing Payment and Savings Cards. Payment Cards enable their customers to spread payments out more easily throughout the year while a Savings Card enables customers to put some money aside each month to cover future payments. TV Licensing will also initiate legal action against individuals who unlawfully evade paying their TV Licence.

In addition to the TV Licence Contact Number, there are a number of other ways you can contact TV Licensing. You can use the Contact Form on their website to get answers to general queries and more specific questions. There is also the option to renew your TV Licence and update your personal details online on their dedicated page. To contact TV Licensing by post their address is: TV Licensing,Darlington, DL98 1TL. There is also a Minicom number for the deaf and hard-of-hearing on 0300 790 6050.

For any issue that doesn’t need a call, you can also get in touch with them using the following:

TV Licence postal address:

TV Licensing
DL98 1TL

Official website:

ESA contact number – 0843 504 0490

Who are ESA?

ESA is a disability benefit provided by the Department for Work and Pensions. Employment Support Allowance is a benefit that offers financial support if you are unable to work because you are ill or disabled, as well as personalised help so that you can work if you’re able to.

You are able to apply for ESA if you are employed, self-employed or unemployed and if you were previously claiming other benefits such as Income Support or Incapacity Benefit, you may be transferred to this benefit.

What can I get help with when I call the ESA contact number?

You can use the ESA contact number to not only apply for Employment Support Allowance but to have them walk through any aspect of the benefit to help you understand it.

Run by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), you should be able to quickly and easily get the aid that you need, whether it’s a claim, appeal or even payment problems. Calling the contact number is the most efficient way to get in touch with ESA, but if you want to get in touch with them using other means, you can do so at your local Jobcentre Plus office:, or on the official website:

How does Prove I Called work?

When you call through the Prove I Called number, you get added protection. We can give you evidence that may prove useful in the future if you have any disputes or queries with the complaints team for the company. It can also be used for your own personal records, or any other matter you deem applicable.

We know how stressful it can be when contacting a company. Prove I Called keeps a record of the time, date and duration of your call to a company. This service is perfect for ongoing calls to a business, or when you have run into issues with a company. Prove I Called is not affiliated with any company listed in our directory.

To request your call details please email with your phone number and the date you called. With that information, we can provide you with an independent email confirming the details of the call, this email can be forwarded to the company you are contacting as evidence of your call. Calls to 084 numbers cost 5p from a BT Landline, calls from mobiles and other providers may be considerably more.

ESA phoneline opening hours

Monday to Friday: 8am - 6pm

Company address & email

ESA Barnsley
Mail Handling Site A
WV98 2AJ

Social Media accounts

Facebook: ukGovernment
Twitter: @GOVuk
YouTube: the company does not currently have a YouTube account

DVLA contact number – 0843 504 3673

DVLA contact number

DVLA is an acronym for the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency within the United Kingdom. As the name already hints, one of the primary purposes of this organisation is to help drivers obtain a specific licence based upon their unique requirements. However, there are other services that can likewise come in handy. Some of the most useful include procuring a valid registration number, addressing issues of a lost licence or obtaining information in regards to programmes available for those who may be physically impaired. So, it only stands to reason that a DVLA contact number can prove to be very useful.

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Issue with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency? Phone the DVLA contact number now. Their main helpline team (based in their UK call centres) will be able to assist with whatever issue you’re having in regards to your motoring. By doing so through the Prove I Called phone number you will be able to later have evidence that you did in fact ring the organisation – which could be vital in any complaint that you may have with the body. So, if you have any pressing matter that can only be resolved by a member of their staff, phone the DVLA contact number now.

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Other ways to contact the DVLA

There are numerous ways to obtain vital information in regards to the services that are offered by the DVLA. While the informational resources are available online, it may be wise to make use of a dedicated DVLA contact number. Let us list some of the most common numbers and then briefly explain what each addresses.

Vehicle registration enquiries: 0300 790 6802
Medical issues: 0300 790 6806
Vehicle taxation: 0300 790 6802
Welsh questions: 0300 790 6819

General registration enquiries are likely to be some of the most common questions that a customer may have. This number addresses such topics as VC5 certificates, importing a vehicle or changing the registration details (amongst numerous others). The number dealing with medical questions is helpful if one has enquiries regarding special permits, safety features and the rules of the road. Likewise, one can deal with VAT issues as well as direct debit payments through the aforementioned number. Finally, anyone who prefers to speak Welsh can contact a representative to obtain similar information in this language.

All operating hours are from 8 o’clock in the morning until 9 o’clock in the evening from Monday until Friday. Saturday hours are from 8 o’clock in the morning until 2 o’clock in the afternoon. For those who may be hearing impaired, there is a text number that can be dialled. This number is 0300 123 0798.

These are some of the most useful points of contact to keep in mind. Having a DVLA contact number close by will enable any questions to be answered clearly and easily. Should one not be able to find the relevant information online, speaking with a live representative may very well be the best alternative option available.

For any further matters where you do not need to call, the DVLA can also be contacted here:

DVLA postal address

SA99 1AR

Official website:

VAT helpline – 0843 504 3670

VAT helpline

If you’ve got an issue that only the VAT helpline team can assist with, call now. You will be connected straight through to their main contact number, and a member of their UK call centre staff should be able to answer your enquiry immediately. By making your call through a Prove I Called number, you will also be able to have proof that you did in fact make that call – which can be ideal in situations where you have a complaint about an organisation in the future. If you’ve got any problem whatsoever, dial the VAT helpline number now.


For any other issues where you need to speak to the VAT helpline team, there are other ways in which you can get in touch with them:

VAT postal address

HM Revenue and Customs – VAT Written Enquiries Team
Alexander House
21 Victoria Avenue
SS99 1BD
United Kingdom

Official website:

Self Assessment contact number – 0843 504 3669

Self Assessment contact number

Having problems with your tax return and need to call the Self Assessment contact number? Don’t fret – their main helpline should be able to offer you the assistance you need in order to make sure that your PAYE and other tax issues are addressed quickly. When you ring through a Prove I Called phone number, you will have the added incentive of knowing that you will have proof of your call if you ever need to. This can be especially helpful when you’ve got a dispute or complaint – something which can often happen with the Self Assessment team. Dial our phone number now and be connected through to the Self Assessment contact number immediately.


If you need to get in contact with the Self Assessment team directly, here are some alternatives:

Self Assessment postal address:

Self Assessment
HM Revenue and Customs
United Kingdom

Official website: