As given that the business activity of these entities has decreased due to the coronavirus epidemic, it is proposed to take into account this situation by reducing the obligation to pay membership fees in 2020 for this category of taxpayers by 50%, the explanation says. eConsulting: RULEBOOK ON AMENDMENTS TO THE RULEBOOK ON ANNUAL Lump sum AMOUNT OF MEMBERSHIP FEE FOR PERSONS PROVIDING CATERING SERVICES IN THE HOUSEHOLD AND ON THE FAMILY AGRICULTURAL HOUSEHOLDER “As tourism has been severely affected by the unavoidable circumstances and it is still uncertain what the outcome of this season will be, please consider once again the possibility of charging private renters tourist dues for 2020 on the basis of the old Ordinance, ie on based on the realized turnover as the fairest way of collecting the tourist membership fee.”Is one of the comments and suggestions from the Tourist Board of the Municipality of Rakovica. The Ministry of Tourism, through the eSavjetovanje portal, published amendments to the Ordinance amending the Ordinance on the annual lump sum membership fee for persons providing catering services in households and family farms and on the Tourist Board forms for paying membership fees to the tourist board. Get involved in the public debate.
Pay TV continued to pay dividends for Telekom Austria in the second quarter, with solid subscriber growth.Telekom Austria had 276,200 pay TV customers in Austria at the end of the second quarter, up 6.6% year-on-year. Fixed broadband customers grew 3.1% to 1,468,800. TV and broadband revenues partly offset declining voice revenues, boosted by the launch of new converged offerings.In Bulgaria, Telekom Austria had 470,900 pay TV customers following its acquisition of cable operator Blizoo, up from 466,600 for the quarter to March and up from 124,100 held a year previously by local subsidiary Mobiltel, prior to the acquisition. Bulgarian fixed broadband customers grew by 176.8% year-on-year to reach 422,600. Fixed line revenues helped slow down an overall decline in revenues due to macroeconomic problems.In Croatia, Telekom Austria subsidiary Vipnet’s pay TV base grew by 12.9% year-on-year to reach 196,900, boosted by the acquisition of cable operator CATV-047, while fixed broadband customers grew by 42.6% to reach 220,300.In Macedonia, Telekom Austria’s local subsidiary’s pay TV base grew by 58% to reach 124,600, while broadband customer grew by 61.4% to reach 99,900. In Slovenia, pay TV subscribers reached 48,200.
TiVo is due to exit the Australian market after its licence there expires on October 31.In a statement on the TiVo Australia website, TiVo said “it’s been a delight serving Australia over the past nine years, but all good things must come to an end.”TiVo said it will cease to operate the TiVo Service, which delivers electronic programming guide data to viewers’ TiVo devices.“Without it, there will be no electronic programming guide and TiVo recording features such as Season Pass and WishList will stop working,” said the company.TiVo is now running ‘swap out’ for Australian customers, who can register online to get A$100 (€72) off a Fetch Mighty device to replace their TiVo box. This will mean customers can pay A$299 for the device, instead of the usual A$399.“The TiVo Swap Out offer expires on 31 October 2017 and is only open to TiVo devices which have connected to the TiVo service in the 6 months prior to 1 March 2017,” said TiVo.The Fetch Mighty is a four tuner DVR that also offers access to apps like Netflix and Stan. Viewers can also add more than 40 premium channels in the Ultimate Pack for A$20 per-month.