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The radio and TV fee will be replaced
The Swedish parliament has decided to replace the current radio and TV fee with a general public service fee as of 1 January 2019.
Current info

Register account

If you have already paid the radio and TV fee for a period after 31 December 2018, you will be reimbursed the excess amount. Register your account to avoid a money order. 

Customer service

Contact our Customer service
Monday-Thursday 9.00 to 17.00
Friday 9.00 to 15.00

General information about the parliamentary decision (no customer matters)
Monday-Thursday 17.00-20.45
Friday 17.00-18.45
Saturday 14.00-17.45
Sunday 16.00-19.45

0771-91 00 04 
You can also contact us by sending a message.

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My pages

Do it yourself on My pages!

On My pages you will find a variety of self-services, for example you can:

  • view your invoices
  • change the last day for payment

From May 20 2018, for security reasons, you can no longer log into My Pages with customer number and password. If you don't have an e-ID you are welcome to contact our Customer service on 0771-91 00 04 for help with your matter.

9/10
take part in something from SVT every week
60%
of teachers are using UR programs in support of teaching
4m
listen to Sveriges Radio every day

Frequently asked questions

Here you will find answers on the most common questions about the radio and TV fee, payment methods and My pages.

The history behind the fee

The first fee for use of radio equipment was introduced already in 1907. It was the state that issued licenses for radio listeners.

The radio and TV fee act

Households and companies that possesses a TV receiver must by law pay a radio and TV fee.