Another tech agency is raising its rates in the UK by up to twenty five for each cent subsequent the June 2016 Brexit referendum vote which triggered a massive drop in the benefit of pound sterling.

House audio kit maker Sonos is blaming “a significant change” in the exchange rate of bucks to lbs . for building its present pricing “unsustainable”.

By which it implies this:

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In a be aware about the local pricing change on its site, Sonos writes: “Our rates are defined regionally. In the British isles, this involves local taxation and import obligations, but we pay for almost everything we make in US bucks.

“Over latest months, there has been a considerable transform on the US Greenback to GBP exchange level. As a final result, our present pricing has turn out to be unsustainable and, like numerous other corporations, we have to enhance rates for all products priced in GBP.”

The new Sonos British isles pricing will come into impact on February 23.

It is not a uniform twenty five for each cent hike — but certain products, such as the Sonos Connect:Amp and Playbar, are likely to be a quarter extra costly than they ended up, with £100 getting additional to their price tag-tags. (Sonos lists all merchandise price tag changes here.)

The company is not alone in remodeling its local pricing as a final result of Brexit-induced improvements to the exchange level of pound sterling.

Last thirty day period Apple raised the British isles price tag of apps by twenty five for each cent — owning previously similarly dialed up its local pricing for Macs, back again in October.

Microsoft has also inflated cloud merchandise pricing for British isles organization clients in the wake of the Brexit vote, with pricing up to 22 for each cent extra high priced considering that January.

Even though all those seeking to escaping the dismal prospect of Brexit by stepping into HTC Vive’s virtual actuality ended up amongst the first to have to stump up extra money in August HTC slapped an excess £70 (aka a ten for each cent ‘Brexit tax’) to the local price of its VR headset, hard on the heels of sterling’s write-up-referendum slump.

Be expecting loads extra tech corporations to observe accommodate.