Upgrade to Platinum Boiler Plan for an extra 1p/month (£16/month) @ Domestic & General - HotUKDeals
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Just a quick deal I found which I realise will only be useful to a small number of people. Basically, I have a conventional boiler plan with Domestic & General which cost me £15.99/month (I think it was the silver plan) but when I rang to log a call, they told me I could upgrade to the Platinum Plan for 1p extra per month which was a more comprehensive plan and also included an annual service.
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#1
i've had this before, very good cover and good response time.
#2
£13 a month from british gas, includes an annual service too.
Used them over christmas for the first time and the service was excellent.

(£40 quidco too)
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£13 a month from british gas, includes an annual service too.
Used them over christmas for the first time and the service was excellent.

(£40 quidco too)


In which case you need this... British Gas won't be that cheap on renewal, having had a call-out!
The Platinum includes service too... who knows, they might even service it, rather than just stick a CO Monitor in the flue like British Gas do most years now :-(
#4
The big get out with this cover is boiler AGE....

[COLOR=Navy]"The age limit for a HeatGuard cover plan depends on the type of boiler. Combination and condensing boilers can be covered until they are 8 years old while boiler cover can be taken out on conventional boilers until they are 15 years old. Once you have taken out a plan on your boiler, you can normally continue to renew the cover for the rest of its life."

[/COLOR]My boiler is now about 22 years old, and British Gas are not yet whingeing too much about covering it. This plan also talks about USEFUL LIFE, which isn't defined :-(

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