Skype will no longer charge EU residents VAT for credit at the point-of-purchase


Live in the European Union (EU)? Use Skype to call landlines or mobiles? Here’s some interesting payment news for you. In an email circulated to users earlier today, the Microsoft-owned company revealed that it’s bringing about some changes to the way it charges you VAT. Thus far, Skype has always charged those living in the EU and Switzerland 15 percent or 8 percent respectively, on top of the amount of credit they required. So, for example, a Brit wanting £10 worth of credit would actually pay £11.50. VAT at Point-of-Sale Starting from later this month, you’ll only pay for the...

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