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Ghana and Turkey iPhone users to pay more for apps starting this week.

Source: 3news

Auto-renewable subscriptions are excluded from the price increases.

“In Ghana, these increases also consider a new value-added tax of 12.5% and additional levies of 6%,” the company said in a statement.

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This comes amid a deteriorating economic situation in the country, as complaints about the high cost of living persist.

Apple Inc noted in its August 19 release that proceeds will be adjusted accordingly and calculated based on the tax-exclusive price.

Furthermore, “Exhibit B of the Paid Applications Agreement has been updated to indicate that Apple collects and remits applicable taxes in Ghana.”

Regarding the billing of iPhone customers in Ghana and Turkey on the Apple Store, there will be a new modification.
As a result of this recent shift, users will now pay extra, which will have an impact on apps and in-app purchases in both Ghana and Turkey.

Auto-renewable subscriptions are excluded from the price increases.

“In Ghana, these increases also consider a new value-added tax of 12.5% and additional levies of 6%,” the company said in a statement.
This comes amid a deteriorating economic situation in the country, as complaints about the high cost of living persist.

Apple Inc noted in its August 19 release that proceeds will be adjusted accordingly and calculated based on the tax-exclusive price.

Furthermore, “Exhibit B of the Paid Applications Agreement has been updated to indicate that Apple collects and remits applicable taxes in Ghana.”

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