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10% internet tax: the Techzim community has its say

10% internet tax

This evening (14/02/2022) we held a Twitter Space to talk about the 10% Excise Duty or Tax that will be levied on internet packages and VOIP services. The news was communicated by ZOL Zimbabwe in an email to customers and we were joined by our community on Twitter to go over it and the impact it will have on access to online services, the startup ecosystem and beyond.

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2 thoughts on “10% internet tax: the Techzim community has its say

  1. Yet another rip-off from zpf! Higher charges = less dissenting voices in their book. Greed also a major component as well. You know that money won’t go into improving the service, power supply etc.

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