Switch Energy Supplier Online And Win A Yearís Free Gas And Electricity
The last 18 months has seen a lot of changes to the prices of gas and electricity. Last year we saw energy price rises of up to 35% which was due to the rapid increase in the price of oil. Since the price of oil has dropped the suppliers have reduced their prices but not to the level they originally were.
This was questioned by Ofgem recently to make sure we were not being over charged but there are other issues other than oil price which affect the prices we pay.
We have seen that reducing your fuel bills can also be good for the environment. Switching to an online energy tariff helps to cut out paper. A lot of the extra cost incurred on your bill is added on for things like postage, paper, ink and printer maintenance, by reducing or not sending out paper bills and switching to an online tariff the suppliers can reduce the cost to you. So If you are currently paying your supplier quarterly and receiving your bills in the post, then you will see a big saving by switching to online billing and paying by monthly direct debit.
Now is a good time to check the prices of each supplier to make sure you have the best deal available in your area. On Friday 23rd October 2009, Scottish Powerís online deal ìEnergy Online Saver 7″ became the cheapest deal available for residential energy from the big 6 suppliers. *
Click here to compare their energy tariff against your current deal.
While times have been harder for much of the population during the recession, every penny that you save will help you. By using our comparison service, www.SimplySwitch.com you also have the chance of winning a yearís worth of Gas and Electricity**, there are 3 prizes, 1st place up to £1250.00 of energy, with 2nd place taking £500.00 and 3rd place taking £250.00.
See how much you could be saving, switch with us and you will also be automatically entered into the prize draw.
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*Based on an average domestic customer in Great Britain with an annual mains gas usage of 20,500kWh and an annual Standard Rate electricity usage of 3,300kWh, who pays monthly by Direct Debit Prices correct as at 23rd October 2009. The big 6 consists of British Gas, Scottish & Southern Energy, EdF, npower, e-on & ScottishPower. OLE7 is subject to availability.
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