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according to money supermarket this is the cheapest dual fuel tariff of the major suppliers at the moment and now with £90 quidco ( £45 each fuel ). I signed up yesterday and quidco already tracked.
i'm aware their c/s aint the best but it's only a £20 per fuel fee to bail out of the contract before a year so gotta be worth it
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#1
It really depends on your usage. By the way, does it come with 12 months contract?
#2
Nightmare company, no thanks.
#3
i pay approx £90-£130 per month for gas and elec depending on the month (direct debit), im currently with e-on, i did the test and it said id save £250 per annum ?????
#4
Just check how their tariff works. Basically, they are asking you to stay for 12months in order to get 100POUNDS saving. However, who know if they are still the cheapest in the next 12 months? By just looking at the Quidco, it might still be a good choice as there is no 12 months contract.
#5
The fixed tariff to 31 Dec 2010 could be better as there is no exit cost and with prices likely to go up. Similar price to the above
#6
my figures were based on average usage, bout £350 a year for electric, £650 for gas. there's no 12 month contract as such, you're free to change anytime but a £20 per fuel penalty for doing so before a year. try here for a quick comparison
http://www.moneysupermarket.com/utilities/cheaper-gas-electricity.aspx?Source=TIM
#7
darren999
The fixed tariff to 31 Dec 2010 could be better as there is no exit cost and with prices likely to go up. Similar price to the above


You are right.

If I am right, it takes about 3 months to get your Quidco validated. So, after 3months time, you can go if anything get wrong.
#8
you only get the £100 if your with them for 12 months and pay via direct debit without a break ??? the 100 notes then gets credited to your account
#9
Im with Scottish power. I pay £38 a month for Electricity and Gas. 2 Bedroom Flat im in. I feel like im paying an ok amount.
#10
Whatever the price, it aint worth it! This comapny is an absolute shambles to deal with. I'm surprised they still have customers as every experience I have had with them has left me with a very bitter taste in my mouth.

I hope they go bust..... soon!
#11
Agree - avoid this company at all costs, basically dishonest selling and a nightmare to deal with.
#12
Not that I disagree with the above posters, but I never quite understand how an energy company is such a nightmare.

Surely you get your gas/leccy, you give your readings, you pay your bill. What other communication is required with them?

I am probably missing the point!
#13
Not going to vote only too say they cant work out a bill too save their lives, glad I left them for sure.
#14
I think my calculation is:

I would save £52 with this, but as direct debit discount of £63 is applied after 12 months I will have to add that back in. (52-63=-11), and penalty of £30 to leave current product. (-11+-30= -41). Add £95 inducement and £40 penalty (probably) (-41+95-40=14 profit).

Not very good customer service, already on fixed rate equivalent to theirs.

NB. The difference for me between their fixed and online 17 is £95 (24000 gas 4500 electric).

But thanks for the heads up.:thumbsup:
#15
Switcher


I would save £52 with this, but as direct debit discount of £63 is applied after 12 months I will have to add that back in. (52-63=-11), and penalty of £30 to leave current product. (-11+-30= -41). Add £95 inducement and £40 penalty (probably) (-41+95-40=14 profit).



I must be being dumb, but thats the weirdest math I've ever seen.

Surely its £95+£52+£63-£40-£30 = £140?
#16
Poor, poor company.

Offer headlining tarifs to get customers in then turn the screw, you costs will go up and not come down again.

The line they tried to spin me was 'We are not allowed to reduce prices Ofgem won't let us'.
#17
MrShed
Not that I disagree with the above posters, but I never quite understand how an energy company is such a nightmare.

Surely you get your gas/leccy, you give your readings, you pay your bill. What other communication is required with them?

I am probably missing the point!


Thats how it's supposed to work. If only it was that simple!

4 years to sort out a bill! 4 whole years after 10's of calls, faxes, emails resent and resent. Speaking to numerous call centre staff, supervisors & managers. This company don't know their **** from their elbow. Seriously!!!
#18
MrShed
I must be being dumb, but thats the weirdest math I've ever seen.

Surely its £95+£52+£63-£40-£30 = £140?


:-D
Or 95+52-63-40-30=14

It's the £63 isn't it ?(63x2+14=140)

The calculation takes into account the 12 month discount so I need to add it back in??? I think.;-)
#19
can i get quidco if i go on to this tariff even tho i am already with on a different tariff anyone know?
#20
From my personal, bitter experience nPower, their systems and their staff are worthy business partners for DSG & AOL - ie no no no no thanks (at ANY price). :x

MKD
#21
I'm on Scottish Power Engery Saver 7. Apparently I would save £33 a year but I would have to pay to get out of Scottish Power and I've heard npower are a nightmare.
#22
memnoch1976
can i get quidco if i go on to this tariff even tho i am already with on a different tariff anyone know?


Not usually, but you could still check out if it would be worth you going on their fixed rate if you have no problems with them.
#23
who is the best value company then? im with southern electric, they have a bad rep but ive found them the cheapest of all.
#24
i did have huge problems with them to begin with but now have a managers number and email for any problems plus got 100 quid on the account due to there cock up

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