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HOME BROADBAND WITH SOME BUISNESS USE

Why does my bill have no vat number. How do i ger a vat invoice from sky. THE RULES STATES IF A VAT REG. PERSON REQUEST A VAT INVOICE  FROM A REGISTERED BUISNESS IT MUST COMPLY.

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@POINTER 

Sky Broadband is a domestic service therefore no VAT number will be provided. For that you'd need Sky Business Broadband. 


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@POINTER If you have a Domestic Broadband service from Sky regardless of using it for Business use (which is a breach of your T & C's BTW)  You will not get a VAT invoice, you can't demand it from a domestic broadband provider.

 

If you wish to have a VAT invoice then you need to use a Business broadband provider who will then provide you the VAT invoice.

Like you I'm a customer here, Sky Employees are clearly identified as such.
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@POINTER wrote:

THE RULES STATES IF A VAT REG. PERSON REQUEST A VAT INVOICE  FROM A REGISTERED BUISNESS IT MUST COMPLY.


In a domestic subscription product, Sky is not supplying broadband to a 'VAT REG. PERSON'

 

The topic has been argued at length in this forum: personally I'd think the Comcast Corporation has one or two tax lawyers on their 186,000 strong payroll and a few more on retainer, so they are probably reasonably confident their Sky Group division is in compliance with UK regulation.

 

https://business.sky.com/products-and-services/business-broadband 

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