Letter: Digital debate

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Sir: Gavyn Davies has failed to take into account the views of current satellite or cable customers who no longer use the BBC's services. As a committed digital subscriber, I am happy to pay pounds 30 or so a month to watch the sport, movies and music I enjoy. But I see no reason why I should pay the annual BBC licence fee at all when I neither watch its television channels nor listen to its radio stations.

Increasing this licence fee would merely add insult to injury. If the BBC wants to compete in the digital television arena, it should do so on a level playing field.