Pay your radio and TV fee with direct debit. With direct debit your radio and TV fee will be drawn from your account on the agreed date by Radiotjänst. You can choose to pay monthly, every third month, every fourth month, half yearly or yearly. The service direct debit is free of charge.
This is how it works
To pay using direct debit you need either a Swedish bank account or a post account. Contact our customer services phonenumber 0771-910004 or get an application form here (pdf - in Swedish). To read the document you need Adobe Reader. It is available as a no-charge download from Adobe's web site. Download Adobe Reader here.
If you receive an invoice from us before your direct debit has been activated you should pay this as usual. We will send you a confirmation when your direct debit has been accepted. The confirmation looks like a normal invoice but with a blank bill.
After you have been accepted as a direct debit customer, Radiotjänst will notify you only if any changes are being made to the radio and TV fee. We will not send you notification of each separate transaction.
Pay in time
Some banks make their credit checks the day before the due date, so make sure there are sufficient funds on this date. If there is not sufficient funds, Radiotjänst will send you an invoice for the amount due plus a late payment fee. This should be paid as usual. You will continue to be a direct debit customer and the next payment will be drawn from your account.
If you change your due date whilst setting up a direct debit account, your first transaction will be slightly more to make up for any differences. Following transactions will be as normal.