If you have purchased a television receiver from a dealer that is obligated to report the purchase to the NRK Licence department, you should contact the NRK and register for a licence if you haven’t received an invoice within three months from the day of the purchase.
If you have acquired a television receiver in any other way (bought, borrowed, rented) you are obliged to notify the NRK Licence department and register for a licence immediately.
The easiest way to register for a new licence is to use this form (in Norwegian).
- What is the broadcasting licence fee?
- Who are obligated to pay the broadcasting licence fee?
- What kind of electronic equipment requires a broadcasting licence fee?
- Can one broadcasting licence fee cover several individuals in a private household?
- What can I do if I have been wrongly registered with a broadcasting licence fee?
- Is information concerning a licence confidential between the licence holder and the NRK?
- What should we do when someone moves to an institution with a communal licence?
- How much is the broadcasting licence fee?
- I have moved in with my partner, do we both have to pay the broadcasting licence fee?
- When can we expect to receive the invoice for the broadcasting licence fee?
- What happens if you pay the broadcasting licence fee after the due date?
- Have you received a notice from the Norwegian National Collection Agency?
- Can the licence fee be paid with Direct Debit (AvtaleGiro) and Electronic invoice (eFaktura)?
- When should I register for a licence if I have a television receiver in use?
- How can I appeal a decision made by the NRK Licence department?
- What applies if I live and/or work abroad for part of the year?
- Do we have to pay licence fee when a television receiver is used without television signals?
- What to do if the licence holder dies?