I've not had a licence for 3 or 4 years now. When I cancelled my direct debit they sent 3 letters, so I phoned up asked if I removed all aerials and only watched catch up and Netflix I wouldn't need one, which she confirmed. Two years later I had a knock at the door from an inspector, my kids were in bed so I told him I wasn't letting him in, just politely told him my situation hadn't changed and if it did I would get a licence. I asked him, if he was to come in would that stop him showing up again? He said no, they would still come, so I said, whats the point letting him in? He just kind of agreed it was pointless. I said sorry for the wasted visit and told him to have a nice day. I think as I had engaged him in a decent manner it must have done something as I've heard nothing from them since, either by post or in person. This new change just means I won't use the iPlayer app on my TV, which if I'm honest I don't think I've used in about a year anyway. The BBC isn't really that good anymore, news is better at quite a few alternative internet outlets, Netflix has much better documentaries and puts out really good new content. The price of the licence is way higher than the content justifies, in my opinion.