Government Direct Mobile Networks To Stop Deduction of 9% Service Tax

The government of Ghana has directed Mobile Networks and Internet Service Providers  to stop the upfront deduction of the communication service tax with immediate effect.

We earlier reported here:  ” President Akufo-Addo To Cancel 9% Communications Service Tax “, that the president of the land was putting measures in place to halt the communication service tax. But could not provide the full details at the the time.

Well here is the full detail. In a letter released by the ministry of communication, dated 9th october 2019 and signed by the minister of communications, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful and addressed to the Director General, National Communications Authority, the CEO of MTN and Vodafone specifically highlighted the mode of the implementation of the communications service tax and requested that the upfront deduction of consumer’s airtime to be halted with immediate effect.



Here Is The Letter







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