What is the SABC TV license account number? What’s the account number into which to deposit money as payment for your SABC TV licence? That’s something that you may be looking for if you wish to make your payment. Though many people try to avoid it, it’s good to always pay your TV licence. It’s how SABC keeps all the programs that you love (and those that you love to hate) going. It was recently revealed that SABC now requires that people get licenses for their phones, computers and laptops, but that’s a story for another time. So, what’s the account number into which you can make your TV license payment?
SABC TV licence banking details
The table below shows the SABC license account numbers for different banks. We also show the places where you can make your payment;
|2840 000 241
|620 094 349 87
|002 351 234
|4050 720 141
|33 51 05
What is needed to make your payment?
Those are the SABC TV license banking details. With these details, you should be able to make your payment over the account at any of the banks outlined above.
In all these instances, your TV license account number should be used as the reference number. If you are not sure what your TV license account number is, feel free to get in touch with SABC on their TV license contact details to find out.
This account number has 9 digits.
Where to pay
The SABC TV license account number comes handy when making your payment at different banks. But where can you make your payment. The good news is that there are a variety of places where you can make your payments.
You can make your payment at an ATM. That’s possible at ABSA, FNB, Standard Bank and Nedbank. Alternatively, you can make your payment inside any of these banks branches.
It’s also possible to make your payment at most retailers around the country, including at PEP, Makro, Game and Shoprite.
Here is the FNB call centre number
In this article we answered the question what is the SABC TV license account number? We noted that it’s always good for everyone to pay their TV licenses. That ensures regular good programming. You can pay at different banks using the account numbers that are provided here. Regarding finding what you own account number is, you can reach out to SABC.