Budget 2020: Subscribers unsure about Digital Service Tax


  • TECH
  • Friday, 11 Oct 2019

So far, Netflix and Spotify have yet to announce if they will absorb the tax. — AP

The Digital Service Tax, which was announced last year and will come into effect Jan 1, 2020, was met with mixed reactions.

The tax is expected to affect streaming services like Netflix and Spotify, digital advertising services offered by corporations like Google, and also digital game distribution companies such as Steam.

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