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upto £140 credit towards your electic bill EON Customers - Warm Home Discount

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EON Customers Warm Home Discount i have been getting this for the last 3 years, if you get working tax credits,child tax etc We’re serious about helping our customers reduce their energy bil…
djctu Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago44 Comments
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I get this cause I cant work and having worked all my life. Its now needed, I have become disabled and I am confined to the house mostly.Not everyone is a scrounger.
government should ban energy companies from promotions such as vouchers, supermarket points and take the cost saved of the energy bills. They did it some years ago with the petrol companies.
I never knew about this until Eon contacted me

I have worked at the same place for over 20 years

There is nothing wrong with welfare benefits added to your income if your entitled to it

The thing i disagree with is the people who claim benefits and have no intention of getting a job, they say im better of on the dole then i am working

the excuse i hear all the time is, i cant work cos i have kids, this is not true, whats wrong with getting a job around school hours, even part time
Think the DWP are sending letters to those who meet guidelines.
thanks, didn't think I was eligible but your post prompted me to have another look at the criteria and apply to first utility. Will be most welcome if I do qualify.
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Free Cavity Wall/Loft Insulation from E.on + maybe eligable for £100 Cheque

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I just saw the free insulation post from British gas that WoolyM posted earlier and thought this may be better for some people who have benefits too. The insulation is free like the British gas o…
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Free Cavity Wall Insulation for people over 70 and if you're in receipt of one of the qualifying benefits plus £100 cheque if on State Pension Credit or Child Tax Credit with EON (don't have to be a customer)

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Cavity wall and loft insulation could save you up to £390* a year on your heating bills. If you're on one of the benefits listed below or over 70 years old, you might even qualify for free insul…
Becky2010 Avatar4y, 8m agoFound 4 years, 8 months ago11 Comments
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More help for the so called poor?

Should be the people in full time work that get the help instead of scrounging ****
You wont get damp unless there is a flow of water to be absorbed by the insulation
Not gonna risk damp and other problems to save a few quid.
worton
you mean cheque right?

Lol, sorry, yes. Thought it didn't look right in the title..:)....Thanks for that, corrected now...;)..
you mean cheque right?
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Free ShowerSave adaptor.

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This a small adaptor that fits between your water supply and shower hose. It is supposed to reduce water usage and save £40 per year. I'm afraid I have no way to confirm if this is regional or not.
j3remy42 Avatar5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago4 Comments
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How this works is eon receive co2 credits for the more of these they can throw out at punters.Of course making and transporting them produces more co2 and wastes resources as most of them aren't installed.This is also why supermarkets have racks and racks of low wattage bulbs for 10p ,they get them free from the leccy companies who receive a credit for swamping the country with these.
Such much for the environment,it's all cynical stuff in business.


Also keeping in mind that majority of people have no use for the water save products due to them being to older style devices.

Still for the few that have older fitting things like this are good. Shame as you posted that the company's try to give away for incentives that are negated due to practices.
How this works is eon receive co2 credits for the more of these they can throw out at punters.Of course making and transporting them produces more co2 and wastes resources as most of them aren't installed.This is also why supermarkets have racks and racks of low wattage bulbs for 10p ,they get them free from the leccy companies who receive a credit for swamping the country with these.
Such much for the environment,it's all cynical stuff in business.
still waiting for one to be delivered
and loose the power from your shower!!!
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E on Free energy fit meter (for existing customers)

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This was posted a three months ago by musicrab but offer has been extended so thought make people aware who may have missed it first time around! Energy Fit Starter Pack is available free. The p…
buggykins Avatar6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago17 Comments
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Received it today! :o)
got this now. it has appliance settings.. how do i get that then?
Yet people on meters pay more for their leccy, so seems a strange idea!
i applied for this and was turned down, rang and asked why was told you have a pre pay meter so you can work it out off that ,BUT you can have the meter removed and pay by direct debit,asked to speak to manager who told me the same and that basically it was to get people back on to direct debit. Tossers.
xavk
I applied for mine at the time of the original offer and it still hasnt arrived. If they deliver then it will be a great deal but so far lots of hot air.


I was also one of those applied approximately same time as you and fortunately got mine in couple of days.. installed it and it is nice little gadget. Makes you more aware of the consumption and you can control the same as you can see difference not only in the usage terms in the *money* terms which has greater impact on you starting to manage the usage immediately.

Worth having... so i hope everyone waiting gets them sooner than later.
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25 % Online Discount with E.ON SaveOnline 2

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Save an additional 17% over and above the standard E.ON dual fuel discount. E.ON SaveOnline 2 - available for new and existing customers. Manage your account online and we'll pass the savings back…
harmony999 Avatar6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago9 Comments
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signed up to SaveOnline 3 fixed price until november 2011, would this be better?
Thats just fixed for some time;after that prices will goes up.Old trick...
I just looked, i and the discounts shown are different:-
* Manage your account online
* No more paper bills
* 24/7 access to your account
* Tesco Clubcard points

Gas Discounts

* 6.00 % Direct Debit Discount
* 2.00 % Dual Fuel Direct Debit Discount
* 18.40 % Online Discount

Electricity Discounts

* 6.00 % Direct Debit Discount
* 2.00 % Dual Fuel Direct Debit Discount
* 18.40 % Online Discount

This is the same as i currently get with E.ON FixOnline 8, the difference between these 2 tariffs are that on the one shown in this post you get clubcard points, whereas the FixOnline 8 is price fixed until 1st july 2011.
So it comes down to do you want guarantees that prices are going to go up until 1st JKuly 2011, or get clubcard pints now, that's the choice.

Hope that helps somebody
yes you do get clubpoints with this offer , i'm with them on the fixonline v4 , rang today to see how much i would save over the year and was told it would be £86 , but this plan isnt fixed and with prices set to go up yet again i decided to stick with my fixed plan even though i dont get clubcard points with it
Do you get clubcard points on this?
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Free HeatPlant - Ground source heat pump that uses renewable energy

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From e-On site HeatPlant is our ground source heat pump that uses renewable energy. This renewable energy is taken from under your garden and converted using an electricity supply to produce affor…
manyaOnIsland Avatar6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago22 Comments
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queenlush;8745208
Didn't assume for one minute that you were. :thumbsup: It just mogs me off that once again certain people are given handouts. Can i just add though i don't begrudge anyone that is GENUINELY on any incapacity or sickness benefit.

agreed, anyone who isnt shouldnt qualify either
queenlush;8744680
Yes people on benefits :x

yeh typical - maybe we should all go on the dole gravy train
It's easy :
"At least one member of your household should be on a qualifying benefit"

So pop along to your local dole office, wait for someone who doesn't look too grubby but still desperate for somewhere nice to live and invite them to rent out one of your rooms for a bargain price for a limited duration.

Then when the thing is installed, you've got someone at home to let the installers in and out. (Assuming the installers don't arrive before about lunchtime)

After a month or so "sorry I need the room for my amateur basket weaving, can you move out please".

You win both on getting a free heating system and the rent from the lodger.

The only other thing you might have to do would be cut off your gas supply somehow. Maybe not paying the bill for a few months would get you cut off, so you could then claim your heating wasn't gas powered.

:)

DISCLAIMER : Don't do this.


Seriously it does say other people could get up to 40% off, which if you're in the market for a new heating system is still pretty cheap. I spent nearly 7K getting British Gas to replace my old boiler. (I probably should have got a divorce lawyer instead ;) )
pete_l;8745024
The conditions yo have to meet:
1. Your home should be currently heated by coal or an electric system, and
2. Your home should not be connected to mains gas, and
3. Your home should not be a solid wall property, and
4. At least one member of your household should be on a qualifying benefit.

Plus you have all the disruption of having to get your garden dug up to lay the heat pipes. Personally it looks like they've gone out of their way to make it difficult to qualify. And the amount of hassle to get it installed.
if they really wanted to reduce people's bills, they would have opted for an air sourced system (basically like an air conditioner, but works in reverse) which is much easier and cheaper to install - and probably more efficient, too.

so cold from me.


No, not more efficient.

GSHPs have a relatively constant COP (coefficient of performance) whereas airsource heatpumps have a COP that declines with air temperature. GSHPs are far more efficient at heating/cooling than air-source (since the ground is at a pretty constant temp once you get down a metre or so) and GSHPs are quieter and have a longer life than air source pumps since they are not outside exposed to the elements.
xslyt30;8751172
Incapacity Benefit doesn't tend to qualify for any of the assistance eg free cavity wall/loft insulation anyway - for some reason they decree that even tho people have been judged to be unable to work through health grounds (even if very long term), they don't need the help that other people get.

Great find for people who qualify


Really/ that doen't seem fair either.
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Claim yours FREE Showersave or a FREE Save a Flush

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Just recieved this email from E.ON and ordered my "save a flush" just click and choose your water provider, it will then take you to the form to claim your free product, you can only choose one Cli…
5_princesses Avatar6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago8 Comments
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completely free and still available for anyone who didnt order theirs
but water costs nowt if you are not on a meter, I leave my bath tap running at all times.
Use half a brick to save a flush, no need for either of these items for most people.
pinkmelonsmr2;8682203
[COLOR="Blue"]ha ha your title says showershave lol sorry[/COLOR]


:-D lol I hadn't realised :oops:
you could get the save a flush instead, its free give it a try
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e-On - ShowerSave

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From their site This month's offer is a free E.ON ShowerSave*. It's available to customers signed up to 10:10 and could save you up to £40** per year on your utility bills. E.ON's ShowerSave:
manyaOnIsland Avatar6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago5 Comments
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Again? .... seriously?
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sad_far;8679826
mine gone into bin straight when i saw it lol

which is my point about them being useless. Just hope the taxpayer / homeowner doesnt indirectly have to pay for all these 'saving' devices utility companies are being forced to provide by the government.
mine gone into bin straight when i saw it lol
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dont waste your time. useless device.
I got 1 from last offer. it took them a month to send. all it does you can do by open half tap . so it don't really save water. Instead it takes longer to have shower
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E.ON Free Energy Monitor to customers

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Saw an ad on tv for this today and think its quite a good deal if you are an E.ON customer. To qualify for the Energy Fit Starter Pack which includes the monitor, all you need to be is a residentia…
Daylight Avatar6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago2 Comments
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Strange, I did search for eon and nothing came up.

Nevermind, at least its published :-)
hi daylight - best way to search is top left - just under SUBMIT - put name of company in

spam duplicates

already posted
http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/freebies/new?merchant_search=eon&mf=9461
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Free EON Energy Monitor to new or existing customers

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Saw this advertised and as an EON customer just registered for my free monitor Go to the website click on the energy fit link on the left which will take you to a page to login or register, I hadn…
lurch Avatar6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago7 Comments
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janaltus;8629232
It is here and currently less than three days old but, quite understandably got duplicated; it didn't show up on my search.

:w00t:

ADVANCED SEARCH and search for 'eon'

first result :roll:
expressman33;8622518
can't remember seeing one by E-on before - dupe ??:?


It is here and currently less than three days old but, quite understandably got duplicated; it didn't show up on my search.
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can't remember seeing one by E-on before - dupe ??:?
I have managed to order one-heat added-I am also an existing customer
Thanks! Sounds good to me. I've done it, all went very smoothly. Can't see where the dupe comes in. Heat added.
P.S. I did it as an existing customer by the way.
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EON Free Energy Monitor (existing customers)

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Energy Fit Starter Pack is available free. The pack contains an Energy Monitor worth around £45, a booklet full of handy energy saving tips and a CD that has software on to help you track your energy
Musicrab Avatar6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago47 Comments
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csiman
Thanks for this. Mine arrived last week and got £40 on ebay for it. Nice to get something back from the rip-off utility companies :)


Well it's our tax money actually, they get tax breaks by offering environmental incentives to customers.
I'm now busy re-building my Win 7 64 bit computer and it would be useful to find some different, non-E.ON, software I can use (particularly one which does NOT require me to install Microsoft SQL Server 2005).

Any recommendations gratefully received.
just had an email from them, ordered about 5 weeks ago, they are saying it could be up to 12 weeks total till i get mine, they have ran out etc etc ... :-(
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Thanks for this. Mine arrived last week and got £40 on ebay for it. Nice to get something back from the rip-off utility companies :)
MikeT;8929601
There are individual appliance monitors available that also send data back to the Envi, so you need to buy more kit to do this. A step too far I think, buy 1 plug in energy monitor to check the usage of individual appliances if you feel the need.

Forget the gas readings for now, its too difficult unless you are geeky ;-) You need to have a gas meter that can output a data count and mostly the Gas supplier wont give permission for you to attatch anything electrical to the meter.


Thanks for your response, Mike T. Actually I discovered that the individual appliance monitors are not going to be available until July.

But this is what they will look like!

http://www.smarterproducts.co.uk/product_images/f/087/IAM_4__13492_zoom.jpg

Yeah, I'm afraid I'm geeky (but my meter has no reflective bits) so maybe I'll save up and get myself a meter with a pulse one of these days!

And, for anyone interested, I think this manual is a bit easier to read than the one E-ON send in the post.
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Free Eon showersave from your water company.... save £45 per year!!!

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NOT SUITABLE for electric showers or those with multiple jets Just select your water company from the list Anglian Water South Staffs Water South West Water Northumbrian Water Severn Trent W…
loll1es Avatar6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago20 Comments
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julie_d;8165097
We had a free shower thing and it did work - to well. We put it on a power shower and it reduced the out put of water quite a lot.
It lasted all of 4 days and because it reminded people of the week flow holiday showers it was taken off.
The vote was also as we have a power shower it would be a sin not to use it as one because that is what we payed to install.

these are not suitable for power showers or electric ones. You were lucky you didnt blow your pump motor.
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robsprocket;8164670
Don't you also need to have a water meter for this to save you money, 70% of households don't.

true enough if you only take cold showers :w00t:
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loll1es;8163733
I always wonder, if its no use to you, why bother posting. Thank you for you unnecessary input, it was so enjoyable :thumbsup: :roll:

mccrick is dead right. it is just a useless device that just limits the flow from the shower so does the same as turning the power down.

another taxpayer funded con imho. I expect an MP is on the board of this company.
Beware of this device once installed, its an absolute ****** to get off. I installed and found the power of our non electric shower just dropped off too much so decided to remove it.

The bottom half seems to have spot welded itself to the tap. In the end I have taken the top half and used a screwdriver and hammer to remove the inner workings and then had to fit it back.

Afterwards, I have read on another forum that the same can be achieved just by fitting different washers.
It's true that those with meters will save money and that they reduce shower strength substantially. But heating bills are also reduced as a result. And of course there's the environmental impact for those that care.

Also if you haven't got a power shower and do have an adjustable spray head, then it's not as obvious when on the hardest spray setting.
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Free TV Powerdown for first 8000 ***E.ON Customers Only

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Sign up to E.ON's http://www.eongreatsaves.com and if you are one of the first 8000 E.ON customers to join, you will receive a free TV Powerdown plug, just make sure you tick the box when signing up.
monkey_whiskers Avatar6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago5 Comments
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Cool Cheers
For the money I saved switching from eon I could no doubt buy a few dozen of these but hey something for free is great deal.
Got it the last time i signed in....heat added
csiman;7189172
this got emailed to every EON customer last night so would fully expect the 8000 to have gone by now.


Can't imagine they have EVERY EON customer's email address, or that most of them read it and bother!

Anyhow, I fancy my chances and the site seems ok anyway, so I didn't mind trying my luck.:thumbsup:
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this got emailed to every EON customer last night so would fully expect the 8000 to have gone by now.
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Pink Fluffi and Stars table lamps together with an Intelligent Mains Panel for just £10.00 including delivery for EON Customers who have signed up to 1010 campaign

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We're committed to helping you achieve your 10:10 target and have come up with some energy saving tips and exclusive offers to help you do just that. Brighten up your home this winter We've got…
yorkie Avatar6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago7 Comments
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Decided to give them a ring, apparently they had 500 available and they went within a few hours!

T*****s :whistling:
Need to buy as a bundle here but as pointed out, are out of stock.:x

https://www.eonshop.co.uk/App_Themes/GTI/images/products/IMP%20Pack.jpg

https://www.eonshop.co.uk/ProductDetails.aspx?ProductCode=10%2010%20December%20Offer&Category=LatestProduct

Might be worth checking to see if comes back in stock but for time being I will expire.
plumberman01;7174173
mains panel says oos?


bummer:oops:, only got the email this morning promoting the offer lol
mains panel says oos?
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E.ON Festive bundle £10.00

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Must be E.ON Customer and already signed up to the 10:10 challenge. If not sign up and take advantage Details, Brighten up your home this winter We've got a cracking offer this winter to h…
Crashhat Avatar6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago1 Comment
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Don't waste your time - all gone; Offer was good but the execution of it was appalling.
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E.ON Customers Switch & Fix & Save Extra for Free (again!)

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I recently submitted similar deal when I switched to a cheaper tariff, but I've just switched again to fix my tariff until December next year with an even greater discount (12.60%) off virtually the s…
doublecuffs Avatar7y, 1w agoFound 7 years, 1 week ago16 Comments
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Macdory;6353570
TBH, I can't be bothered when it only saves a couple of quid - more hassle than it's worth.


Well that means that there's more savings for me then, thanks. :thumbsup:
m1chaels;6355819
My understanding was the high rate / low rate units are pro-ratad over each bill rather than first using all the expensive ones then the cheap ones - I think it is a way of clawing back the lack of standing charge.


Agreed, otherwise the first 5 months would be super expensive compared to the other 7.
Thanks, just checked my last bill and they do appear to pro-rata, time to switch ...
My understanding was the high rate / low rate units are pro-ratad over each bill rather than first using all the expensive ones then the cheap ones - I think it is a way of clawing back the lack of standing charge.
If you switch from one E.ON tariff to another do they start counting the units from zero?

i.e. assuming I have already used 900 kWhs and am now paying 9.9855p per kWh will it go back up to 22.6485p per kWh (based on the tariff below)

Normal units up to 900 kWhs per year
22.6485 pence
Normal units
9.9855 pence per kWh

Would be good if not as there is an identical priced tariff with an extra 2.3% online discount and no tie in so no risk.
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FREE TV POWER DOWN & DESKTOP SAVER for EON customers(15,000 OF EACH worth over £30- hurry)

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ok, please don't poke me in the eye, but did a check and found nothing coming up. You need to be an Eon customer to qualify, and use IE or other browser, as I couldn't get it to work with firefox,
Sabz03 Avatar7y, 4w agoFound 7 years, 4 weeks ago115 Comments
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I have just had tha latest flyer in from Homebase and they have a free coupon on the back page to claim one of these FREE next weekend so grab a flyer, fill it out and exchange for your free unit over the counter in your local Homebase.
Got one of these today. Seems like it won't work with the sleep function on the TV. You actually have to use the standby button. Which is disappointing.
Great deal - better than the bt standby saver as it is surge protected too - though for a tv one I would have liked to see coaxial protection and likewise phone protection for the pc one. If they do have that functionality then please mention it.
Received mine today :)
got mines today. Brill!!
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E.ON Customers Switch & Save 4.9% Extra for Free (no tie-ins)

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E.ON Energy have done it again! They have increased prices for existing customers but released a new lower tariff, so if you're an E.ON customer you need to call them on 0800 183 1377 and ask them to
doublecuffs Avatar7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago48 Comments
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Just rang up and saved £204 a year .Thats £17 a month THANKYOU.It took less than a minute
Winner :) One phonecall, took about 60 seconds - £68 saving per year. Many thanks!
Thanks. Switched last night from Scottish Power. It reckons £110 saving and £70 quidco on top... £15 per month can't be bad...
Registered online and switched to v14! Online it showed me 8% online discount.
I was on the standard plan earlier.
Thanks for posting! :-D
Money Spinning;5738650
I fixed last October so I guess I can't move until October?


im the same did you ring and try move ?
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E.on: Free cavity wall and/or loft insulation for homeowners, private tenants over 70, or anyone in receipt qualifying benefits or tax credits

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I think this was posted before but I can't find it now and it's worth a bump!... Free cavity wall and/or loft insulation is available to homeowners and private tenants over 70, or in receipt of one…
fub Avatar7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago17 Comments
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Yawn zzzzzzzzzz
over 70 with a good pension

scrote bags sponging off the state

o forgot to say if you work hard, pay your taxes then you have to pay in full
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Please do not tar everyone on benefits with the same brush. There are genuine cases out there. Yes by all means have a go at the ones who abuse the system & report them but always remember those that abuse the disabled spaces that do not have blue badges. ( is that you? )
We (myself, wife,daughter,dog ) get by on less than £850 a month. Not going into the ins & outs of it all but I was on £2500 a month at work till my accident, my wife was on £1500 a month till she had to become my carer. Now she gets £50.54 a week to look after me. We don't get a new car every 3 years, we don't get any extras ( oh sorry yes we do, £10 xmas bonus ) we don't get help with income support or our mortgage . ( we have had all the goverment section checked out to see what we can claim 3 times now & that is it, £850 a month )
So please do not come back and say to me we have it easy, it's actually a very hard struggle to make ends meet at the end of the month.
We get by :santa:
Doid;3831896
Not entirely wrong in my experience. They would only have covered about one third of the cost and I would have had to pay the rest. I would also have had to clear the loft completely in advance. They would not move anything.



The Eon scheme for those who qualify does cover the whole cost of the work. Yes you have to clear your loft but that's not a cost is it. It is 100% free for those who qualify - no money is paid by the homeowner.
Doid;3831896
Not entirely wrong in my experience. They would only have covered about one third of the cost and I would have had to pay the rest. I would also have had to clear the loft completely in advance. They would not move anything.

Because they are not insured to. What if they broke a valuable???? What if the injure themselves. Move your own bl**dy rubbish!!

Some People? I wonder if you realise what it is like to live 'On the breadline'?

Makes me sick those that complain about the poor getting handouts. The word (Aptly at this time of year) SCROOGE comes to mind. Have you read the book? If so you would understand just how familiar your rant sounds.

FWIW I just paid £175 to have my walls insulated in Nov. Not on benefits but OH retires next month. Could have waited but couldn't be bothered. Might get them to do the loft in January tho.

Anyway Fub. Good post. Heat added.
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