The plans, which come into effect in February, include an up to 2 per cent increase in electricity prices based on usage, according to state-run Oman News Agency.
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Those with a monthly bill lower than OMR25 ($65) will be charged a 0.5 per cent fee, those with a bill between OMR25 and OMR50 ($130) a 1 per cent fee and those with a bill of more than OMR50 a 2 per cent fee.
These include a 10 per cent tax on original ticket prices at entertainment centres, halls, games areas, cinemas, theatres, concerts and museums.
Facilities rated as first class by the municipality including hotels, hotel apartments, furnished apartments, youth hostels, camps, recreation parks, car parks, trailers, restaurants and international cafes and restaurants will also pay a 5 per cent tax on prices charged.
Oman has been among the most affected countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council by the decrease in oil prices over the last three years.
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