Just now I noticed that according to Malaysia Budget 2010, Malaysian taxpayers will get tax relief on broadband subscription up to RM500 a year, from year of assessment 2010 to 2012. Meaning that this tax relief is only for three years only. See, Malaysian means that it is apply for those who are resident in Malaysia (am I right?) and should not applicable for non-resident or company.
I subscribe from Streamyx at RM68 per month for 1mb package, so for a year it will be RM 816. So I am eligible for tax relief. If you are subscribing to Digi Broadband, Maxis Broadband, Celcom Broadband, Happy Broadband, Yes Broaderband, P1 Wimax and so on, so you can get tax relief up to RM500 per year.
Stated there, subscription. So this tax relief is only for those who subscribe. If you are a prepaid internet user (Happy Internet, Digi Internet prepaid, etc.. so this broadband tax relief means nothing to you.
To avoid hassle, your subscription must be under your name to claim the tax relief.