Local Rate

Local Rate

A tax rate assessed by a local government, as opposed to the national or regional government. There may be limits on how high the local rate is permitted to be. Local taxes are used to pay for municipal functions such as schools, police and roads.
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Thanks to this Gascon toilet, I could hope that the lady would not take me for the local rate collector; but now when my thoughts travel back to that episode of my youth, I sometimes laugh at my own expense.
NHS England has con-firmed to the panel that Prospect Surgery's telephone number will change to a local rate number from August 2014.
The long haul specialist is now using local rate telephone numbers, meaning cheaper calls
For out-of-bundle data usage, the roaming customer will be charged at the local rate of the subscribed local data pack.
Haji Haroon Rasheed Chand hike in gold price in international market led to the staggering rise in the commodity's local rate.
At that point, the 75 basis point higher local rate was defendable given that historically, local interest rates are slightly higher than in SA to ensure adequate liquidity in the banking system.
The company said that the app, which facilitates low cost calling for international calls between over 50 countries, works by intercepting any international number which is dialled on the handset's keypad and forwarding it over a local rate call to the Rebtel network, from where it is forwarded over the Rebtel VoIP network to the destination country.
By this, traveling customers can access high-speed Internet, emails, BlackBerry, MMS, Zain Create and other data services at the local rate of the country they are in.
We already pay council tax, so why can't we have a local rate number.
Callers to the 0845 075 5005 local rate number are automatically diverted to their nearest Shelter office.
And the local rate in May was just under the Oregon rate, 5.
aspx or by calling national rail enquiries on 08457 484950 - calls are charged at the local rate.
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