Orange France to pass VAT hike to customers, Joe Mobile not

Tuesday 26 November 2013 | 23:39 CET | News
Orange France has announced that it will pass on to its customers the country's VAT increase, from 19.6 percent to 20 percent, which comes into effect on 1 January. This means that its subscription prices will rise by EUR 0.06 to EUR 0.20, depending on the plan one is on. The operator's low-cost brand for younger customers, so-called 'digital natives', will raise its subscriptions by EUR 0.09 a month. So far Orange is the only operator to have announced that it would pass on the rise in VAT to end-users. SFR's MVNO affiliate Joe Mobile, for its part, said it would keep its prices unchanged in

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Joe Mobile / Orange France
Countries: France
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