Belgium adopts new rules on employee mobile costs

New rules on compensation for business mobile phones will take effect from January in Belgium. Following the publication of the official decree, business users group Beltug said it was pleased with the changes, which should make it more attractive for businesses to offer employees smartphones, tablets and subscriptions. To date, most have relied on staff using their personal devices.
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Thus, the monthly fee for a laptop will decrease from fifteen to six euros. A tablet, mobile phone or smartphone goes to three euros a month (which is now a fifteen euro fee). Free internet stays at five euros and a phone subscription comes at four euros.
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