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Save £361 on average on your energy bills with the NHS Collective Switch via EnergyHelpLine
Go to http://www.energyhelpline.com/NHS_Collective to get started. The providers are not allowed to advertise these rates, and you won't find them on any comparison sites. Please do a quote before … Read more
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Quote for 'Places for People Energy' through the above link:

Electricity: 17p/day standing charge, 10.20p/kWh - Total for year £327.03 (EDF currently charge £441.39)
Gas: 15.90p/day standing charge, 2.55p/kWh - Total for year 334.79 (EDF currently charge £544.22)

So based on the above, if its all above board when I go through the order process, I'll be saving just over £300, or around 32%.Prices are fixed for 18 months, £30 exit fee (per fuel type) if you cancel beforehand.
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Edited by: "Plasticpaddy" 1st Mar 2016

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the engineer

For comparison the recent MSE BG switch rates were Gas 2.64 p per kWh, … For comparison the recent MSE BG switch rates were Gas 2.64 p per kWh, 18.9p per dayElec 8.14 per kWh, 18.9p per daySo while the gas is a little bit cheaper, the electricity prices are very high.Sorry, cold from me.



But this isn't available anymore. Brilliant if you got it when it was on, but at the moment I think the NHS collective is the best out there?

For comparison the recent MSE BG switch rates were

Gas 2.64 p per kWh, 18.9p per day
Elec 8.14 per kWh, 18.9p per day

So while the gas is a little bit cheaper, the electricity prices are very high.

Sorry, cold from me.

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For everyone just voting cold, please do a quote first - you may be pleasantly surprised.

The rates on my new tariff after switching are as follows:

Gas: Unit Rate - 2.469p per kWh, Standing Charge - 21.90p per day, Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR) - 2.99p per kWh

Electricity - Unit Rate - 11.351p per kWh, Standing Charge - 16.42p per day, Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR) - 12.80p per kWh

I also receive a discount for having dual fuel and also paperless billing.

[quote=LesD]If you are on a current fixed price contract, these savings will be misleading.
They assume you revert to the supplier's standard tariff when the current contract term ends.
Sure, other deals will be better than that, but they may not be better than the current contract for the rest of its term.[/quote
+1
Its as per all to confuse us and at the end of the day ALL WE NEED is the cost of the KWH plus discounts but that would see us all with the same cheapest provider and thats not what they want now is it

Edited by: "q44q" 1st Mar 2016

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Energy switch £40 love2shop voucher and £80 shop vouchers (£80 cashback is for switching to Scottish Power only.) @ energyhelpline
Found this deal on email from ENERGY HELPLINE energy helpline.com After some problems with previous supplier, this tipped me to move on to another with cash back and coupons :) seems good deal Get … Read more
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just remember to look at the TCs for your current provider. if you had a long fixed rate you may be in a contract with an average £20-30 "leaving penalty" per fuel.

every time we have swapped energy companies it's been a nightmare!

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Now How many she s have a football oO
And for the the people who are never happy I posted all conditions as I mentioned I would try to
Get the impression some people are so very negative and rather moan and grump at people trying to help, I think it was explained in comments if read
Will I bother again ! Lol

Still a good deal .

Give her a chance shes just said she's new at this!
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£15 cash back and £80 love2shop high street vouchers for switching to Scottish Power before 12 June with energyhelpline
ScottishPower have announced a very limited Love2Shop voucher promotion of £40 worth of vouchers per fuel on all of their current tariffs. That's a total of £80 in vouchers available for just a short … Read more
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Got my £80 Love2shop voucher after a month or so. I had to chase Energyhelpline for my £15 cashback, but they said they'd coincidentally paid it on the same day I chased them via email!

Now switching again via MSE The 10 DAY Big Winter Switch Event.

I'd rather stick hot pins in my eyes than use Scottish Power again. Easy to switch to but try moving away from them. They have £430 of mine since I switched in November despite constant tweets, emails and phone calls.

If you need any more convincing read these:

http://www.theguardian.com/money/2014/mar/06/scottish-power-accused-holding-customers-cash
https://www.trustpilot.co.uk/review/www.scottishpower.com
facebook.com/Sco…667

poor customer service, they never give out vouchers even u chase them up, everytime new person who doesnt know if theres any promotion running.. very annoying scottish power.. finding better deal to move

booh evil energy suppliers....

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cburns

Easy make this and more.... by switching from the big six



Not necessarily; Energyhelpline said the cheapest provider was First Utility with £171. Scottish Power would save £69, but also give the vouchers. And, let's face it, First don't have the best rep for customer service... Also, many of the non-big six were charging cancellation fees for leaving mid-contract.
Edited by: "cowbutt" 8th Jun 2014
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Receive £80 love2shop vouchers (plus potenial £14 quidco/TCB) by switching your gas & electricity to Scottish Power (no exit fee - so can switch again when vouchers received) @ Energy Helpline
Scottish Power are offering up to £80 worth of Love2Shop vouchers for anyone taking up one of their tariffs. The offer expires on May 15th and sees customers receive a £40 Love2Shop voucher per fuel. … Read more
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kneale81.
It should really be called a Love2hop Voucher, in your case.

Edited by: "tightar5e" 13th May 2014

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tightar5e

Scottish Power still don't operate a 'two direct debit facility', so if … Scottish Power still don't operate a 'two direct debit facility', so if you overpay, the only way they refund you is by a cheque in the post, rather than automatically back to the account where direct debits were taken from. That's reason enough not to use them, they sit on millions in unclaimed cheques. Ofgem is such a waste of space, they should force Scottish power to repay any held amounts, into any customers they have bank details for.



I don't intend to be with them for that long

Scottish Power still don't operate a 'two direct debit facility', so if you overpay, the only way they refund you is by a cheque in the post, rather than automatically back to the account where direct debits were taken from. That's reason enough not to use them, they sit on millions in unclaimed cheques. Ofgem is such a waste of space, they should force Scottish power to repay any held amounts, into any customers they have bank details for.

Edited by: "tightar5e" 13th May 2014

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becton

http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/keith-anderson-chief-corporate-officer-scottishpower-improve-their-customer-care-bill-people-fairly-and-act-on-feedback-properly?share_id=rRfdNWKpGP&utm_campaign=share_button_action_box&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petitionI also wouldn't touch them with a barge pole, hear the worst things about them and their customer service.



All energy companies, the major ones at least, are just as bad as each other. I'm waiting for a final bill from npower from June of last year and can't seem to get it produced for love nor money, but I'm not going to miss out on the opportunity of £94

http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/keith-anderson-chief-corporate-officer-scottishpower-improve-their-customer-care-bill-people-fairly-and-act-on-feedback-properly?share_id=rRfdNWKpGP&utm_campaign=share_button_action_box&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petition

I also wouldn't touch them with a barge pole, hear the worst things about them and their customer service.

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