Service Charge

  • (noun): A percentage of a bill (as at a hotel or restaurant) added in payment for service.
    Synonyms: service fee

Some articles on service charge, service, charge:

To Insure Prompt Service - Tipping By Region - Central and South America - Brazil
... A service charge (gorjeta) of 10% is usually added to a bill at a restaurant that offers table service ... The charge is optional but it is very uncommon for a patron not to pay it ... choose to give a little more for excellent service, but it's never required ...
Overview of The Telepass System - Cost
... The quarterly service charge for Telepass Family and Telepass with ViaCard is EUR 3.75 ... incurred in a quarter exceeds EUR 258.23, the service charge is increased to EUR 3.72 per month until the toll incurred in a quarter falls to below EUR 258.23 ... The initial service charge for Telepass Ricaricabile is EUR 55.00 plus Italian VAT ...

Famous quotes containing the words charge and/or service:

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