“Gift” Giga in cell phones of teenagers. One of the measures announced by the Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis from the TIF podium. Who will receive them and how?
Answers to the questions concerning how young people up to the age of 29 will secure the benefits of the “package” announced by the Government are given today. enikonomia.gr: Of course, there are questions for 15 teenagers aged 15 to 17, as the “gift” for the vaccinated goes to mobile phones that… are not in their name.
Vangelis Dourakis writes
“Gift” The government gives 50 Giga free data on their mobile phones to those teenagers from 15 to 17 years old who have been vaccinated or will be vaccinated by the end of the year, only the mobile phones that the teenagers of this age group have are usually in the… name of their parents!
What will be the process for Giga on teens’ cell phones
So the question that arises effortlessly is “how will the gift be given to the children since they do not have a mobile phone in their name”? As competent sources in enikonomia explain, in the immediate future a special application will be opened on gov.gr, which will be visited by the parent of the protected child.
The parent with Taxis codes will declare in the application the AMKA of the vaccinated child, this will be confirmed and then he will be asked to enter the mobile number to which he wants the Giga to be credited “automatically”.
In other words, the parent is the one who will state on which mobile phone he wants the data to be directed !!
Mobile: Discount on bills
Young people up to the age of 29, however, will also have reductions in mobile bills: From January 1, the special mobile telephony fee for young people will be zeroed.
What does this mean in practice?
Today the fee is calculated before VAT and is 12% on charges up to 50 euros, 15% up to 100 euros, 18% up to 150 euros and 20% on account over 150 euros.
In mobile accounts, the Value Added Tax (VAT) of 24% is calculated after the imposition of the special fee, with the result that the real charge is higher.
So those who have a contract or mobile card contract and are up to 29 years old who will see the fee zeroed: For example, a young person who currently pays a contract with a basic fixed fee of 25 euros has a special fee of 12%, ie 3 euros. The 24% VAT is estimated at 28 euros (basic charge + special fee) with the result that the final price is 34.72 euros.
From the new year the special fee will be abolished for him and so the final bill will rise to 29 euros, ie he will see a reduction in his account of 5.72 euros per month or 68.64 euros per year.
What remains to be clarified is whether and how exactly the exemption from the payment of the fee for the prepaid mobile will apply.
First recruitment allowance
Young people will receive a first-year allowance from the new year: They will be supported with a total of 600 euros, which will be added to the salary they have agreed with the company.
According to the first information, this will be given in installments to the beneficiaries, possibly in two installments (one immediately after the recruitment and one as soon as the semester is completed).
The measure concerns young people up to 29 years old without previous service, who with this recruitment will “stick” their first stamp: They will be subsidized by the state for 6 months with 1,200 euros (in total).
The 600 euros to employers and the remaining 600 euros (in addition to their pay) directly to employees.
So, for example, if the young person is hired with the minimum wage – which from next year will correspond to 663 euros (570 euros net) – his total salary will amount to 670 euros per month.
The profit for the employee is as follows: His total income in the first half of the job amounts to € 3,420 and with the 600 ari to € 4,020.
The profit for the employer is as follows: the new employee will cost him 4,872 € in the semester (salaries and insurance contributions). With the 600ari, the cost will “fall” to € 4,272.
All this if the employment is full time. For part-time work, half of the amount will be given, ie 300 euros for the employer and 300 euros for the employee.
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