Save up to £250 on your gas / leccy bills
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Save up to £250 on your gas / leccy bills

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Found 14th Jan 2013
You could Save £250 on your gas and leccy bills!
Sign up by 28 January to join Greater Manchester's energy-switching auction for UK energy providers to bid for your custom.

You'll receive a new personal offer for your energy for the next year ­ you can choose to join GM Fair Energy if it works for you. Sign up, there's nothing to lose. All you need is your recent energy bill(s).

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO LIVE IN GREATER MANCHESTER TO SIGN UP.

This may be good for those who have not signed up to a long term fixed deal. Anyone can sign up, 12,000 already have. If the deal they offer ends up not being for you then what have you lost? Nothing. So do it! Expires in 2 weeks.
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They're not offering this to the "Woolybacks" from the other side of the Peniles are they?? oO
willysnapper

They're not offering this to the "Woolybacks" from the other side of the … They're not offering this to the "Woolybacks" from the other side of the Peniles are they?? oO



YOU DO NOT HAVE TO LIVE IN GREATER MANCHESTER TO SIGN UP.
Signed up a week or so ago, no obligation to go with the winning bid, and power in numbers. Energy companies should offer a substantial discount for potentially 12,569 new customers (number at time of writing)
spacemunkeyuk

Signed up a week or so ago, no obligation to go with the winning bid, and … Signed up a week or so ago, no obligation to go with the winning bid, and power in numbers. Energy companies should offer a substantial discount for potentially 12,569 new customers (number at time of writing)



I don't really see why they would. I don't believe they did when Which? tried to do the same thing.

If it was 12,569 customers who had to switch to the lowest bidder by contract then maybe, but otherwise I doubt it. Though you've got nothing to lose by signing up I guess.
OP, I think your username explains where this post is going..
Signed up ok and I live near Sunderland. Anything that saves some money is a positive in my eyes.
This isn't just a Manchester thing - my local council has been pushing this as well. Here's a link to a more general version: readytoswitch.ichoosr.com/Pro…ter Maybe edit OP?
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It's rubbish though - did exactly the same for Cornwall and they didn't come close to beating the cheapest deals you can find for yourself on Uswitch etc.
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