We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help explain more about when a PPL licence is (and is not) required, the applicable legal requirements, how our licensing works, how to get licensed, what your invoice means, and more. Take a look through the sections below - if you cannot find the answers you are looking for, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page.
This section will help you if you are unsure whether you require a PPL music licence:
Find out more about the legal rules relating to music licensing, our licensing terms and conditions, our joint work with PRS for Music and our Comments, Feedback and Complaints process:
Find out how much a PPL licence costs and how to obtain one:
Find out more about your PPL invoice, including details of our surcharge and refund policies and what happens to your licence fee:
Find out how and why PPL licenses certain charity and not-for-profit organisations, including details of our joint licensing solutions with PRS for Music:
Prices can start from as little as18p per day.
The cost of a PPL licence depends on various factors, including your business type and size.
Use PPL's secure online payment system to quickly pay your invoice with a credit or debit card.
View our guide to help you understand what your invoice means.
We welcome your feedback about our customer service. Find out more.
PPL licenses companies that can supply music for your business, for example music for exercise classes through to in-flight entertainment.
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