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Why Do We Need to Pay For 6% Government Tax For Prepaid User??



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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. What is service tax?

  • Service tax is a consumption tax and chargeable to the customer, as provided for in the service tax laws.
  • The service tax laws require the telecommunication companies to levy service tax at the prevailing rate on telecommunication services, including prepaid reload and starter packs.
  • However, the telcos have been absorbing the service tax since the introduction of the prepaid services in 1998.
  • Effective 15 September 2011, the telcos will be charging customers service tax for purchases of prepaid reloads and starter packs.
  • With effect from 1January 2011, service tax rate is 6%. Prior to 1 January 2011, service tax rate was 5%.

2. Why are you charging this tax now after absorbing it all these years?

  • In accordance to the service tax laws, prepaid reloads and starter packs will be charged with applicable service tax. This is similar to the service tax levied on food and beverage purchases from restaurants and hotels, for example.
  • Prepaid service is the only service whereby the service tax has been absorbed by the telcos, not by the customer.
  • Prepaid call and SMS charges were more expensive then and have progressively dropped over the years. For example, customers used to pay RM0.60 per minute when the service was first introduced but today it is as low as RM0.12 per minute. As for SMS, it has dropped from RM0.20 to as low as RM0.01 and MMS was previously RM0.50 and now it is as low as RM0.10.
  • In addition, customers now enjoy various promotions such as free airtime and bonus credits amongst others as part of the benefit of being a prepaid customer.

3. How much will I pay now with the service tax?
The 6% service tax will be charged on top of the prepaid reload and starter pack at point of sale for every purchase.

For example, when you purchase RM10 prepaid reload, you need to pay RM10.60 and will get prepaid credit of RM10. The 60sen is the service tax.

The service tax will be remitted to the Government.


4. Will service tax be charged on starter packs and every mobile prepaid reload channels; i.e. epay, etc?
Yes, starter packs and reloads will be charged the 6% service tax effective 15 September 2011 regardless of channels.


5.Will I still be able to reload at all the mobile prepaid reload channels?
Yes, exept for any reloads via:

  • ATMs
  • Online/Internet banking
  • Cash deposit machines
  • Electronic payment kiosks
until further notice.


6.Does this charge apply to prepaid broadband?
Current service tax laws require telcos to levy service tax on prepaid upon sale. As actual utilization of reload cannot be ascertained at the point of sale, total reload / starter pack price will be subject to service tax.

Nevertheless, customers now enjoy various promotions such as free airtime and bonus credits amongst others as part of the benefit for being a prepaid customer.


HOTLINK/MAXIS
Valued customers, we wish to inform that effective 15 September 2011, 6% service tax will be charged for purchases of prepaid reloads and starter packs. The service tax was previously absorbed by all telcos. Levying service tax is in accordance to the service tax laws. For further information please refer to FAQ below.



1. What is service tax?
• Service tax is a consumption tax and chargeable to the customer, as provided for in the
  service tax laws.
• The service tax laws require the telecommunication companies to levy service tax at the prevailing
  rate on telecommunication services, including prepaid reload and starter packs.
• However, the telcos have been absorbing the service tax since the introduction of prepaid services
  in 1998.
• Effective 15/9/2011, the telcos will be charging customers a 6% service tax for purchases of
  prepaid reloads and starter packs.
• With effect from January 1, service tax rate is 6%. Prior to 1 January 2011, service tax rate was 5%.




2. Why are you charging this tax now after all these years when you have been absorbing it?
• In accordance to the service tax laws, prepaid reloads and starter packs are subjected to
  applicable service tax. This is similar to the service tax levied on food and beverage purchase
  from restaurants and hotels, for example.
• Prepaid service is the only service whereby the service tax has been absorbed by the telcos,
  not by the customer.
• Prepaid call and sms charges were more expensive then and have progressively dropped over
  the years. For example customers used to pay RM0.60 per minute when the service was first
  introduced but today it is as low as RM0.12 per minute. As for SMS, it has dropped from RM0.20
  to as low as RM0.01 and MMS was previously RM0.50 and now it is as low as RM0.10.
• In addition, customers now enjoy various promotions such as free airtime and bonus credits
  amongst others as part of the benefit of being a prepaid customer. 



3. How much will I pay now with the service tax?
• The 6% service tax will be charged on top of the prepaid reload and starter pack at point of sale for
  every purchase.
• For example, when you purchase RM10 prepaid reload, you need to pay RM10.60 and will get
  prepaid credit of RM10. The 60sen is the service tax.
  For more information, please refer to the table below.
Click here to view table

All prices for internet products including prepaid internet SIM packs, prepaid internet starter
kits and internet Hot Tickets are NOT SUBJECT TO THE APPLICABLE SERVICE TAX.
Click here to view table

4. Will service tax be charged on all prepaid mobile starter packs and reloads?
• Yes, they will be subjected to the 6% service tax effective 15 September 2011 EXCEPT for Maxis
  prepaid internet starter kit, sim pack and hot ticket. 


5. Will I still be able to reload at all the mobile prepaid reload channels?
     Yes, except for any reloads via
     • ATM
     • Internet Banking
     • Cash Deposit Machines
     • Electronic Payment Kiosks
      which are temporarily unavailable until further notice.


6. If I am staying in a tax free area, will I still be taxed?
• The purchase of mobile prepaid starter packs and reloads in tax free areas such as Labuan,
  Langkawi and Tioman are exempted from the 6% service tax


7. If I have further questions, whom can I contact?
Please contact our customer service at:
• Hotlink – 1 300 820 120
• 1 800-821-123 (Accessible from any Phone)
• 123 (Accessible from Maxis Mobile Phone)
• (6)03 7492 2123 (Accessible while Roaming)



DIGI
WHAY CHARGE THIS TAX NOW AFTER ALL THESE YEARS WHEN TELCOS HAVE BEEN ABSORBING IT?
in accordance to the service tax law, prepaid reload and prepaid sim packs are subjected to applicable service tax. This is similar to the service tax levied on food and beverage purchase from restaurants and hotels, for example.
prepaid calls and sms charges were more expensive then and have progressively dropped over the years, for example customers user to pay rm0.60 per minute when the service was first introduced but today it is as low as rm0.12 per minute. As for sms, it has dropped from rm 0.20 to low as rm0.01 and mms was previously rm0.50 and now it is as low rm0.10.
in addition, costomers now enjoy various promotions such as free airtime and bonus credits amongst others as patr of the benefit of being a prepaid customer.
prepaid service is the only service whereby the service tax has been absorbed by the 
telcos, not by the coustomer.


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