1. NPower Deals

    Once: Free £400 energy efficient fridge

    Just got an email from MSE.

    We've blagged 900 super-efficient A++ totally free fridge freezers worth about £400 from nPower for MoneySavers (you needn't be an nPower customer or switch to it though). You can apply until the morning of Mon 21 June, the selection will be random and they are totally free and yours to keep.

    You can choose from one of three fridges, though it's not guaranteed you'll get the one you've picked. (All come with a one year manufacturer's guarantee).


    Indesit Combi-Static Non Frost Free Fridge-Freezer (model no PBAA27D).

    Indesit Upright Freezer (model no RZA61D).

    Indesit Under-counter Fridge (model no RLA36D).

    These fridges have extra 'smart' technology fitted to them which sends data to the national grid but even without this technology they're the most energy efficient fridges you can get. A++ is the highest rating possible; the ratings are based on the amount of electricity used over time as well as the capacity, style and features of each refrigerator so as well as getting a free fridge you'll be saving on the cost of energy to run it.


    Register your interest

    Simply go via this specific nPower link to register your details and answer a series of short questions. (Due to the power of the MSE email, the site may go down - if that happens please come back and try again later). Don't worry it's confirmed your data won't be used to sell you things, nor passed on, and you don't have to be an nPower customer.


    It'll select 900 people at random

    The reason for asking the questions is it wants to ensure a fair demographic balance of incomes and regions, so it can sort people into groups. Once that's done whoever is chosen is done randomly. You'll be informed by the end of July - but probably sooner - if you've got one



    Be advised form takes ages to fill in as site seems pretty busy.

    Definately worth a look..

    Thanks alot, long form yawn!!!

    So how many people have a network cable going to their kitchen/fidgefreezer


    So how many people have a network cable going to their … So how many people have a network cable going to their kitchen/fidgefreezer

    From reading the site questions etc, I'm guessing it will communicate via the mains to a box next to your router so no cable needed in the kitchen.

    From the site:
    Are you using any networking equipment which communicates via your home's electrical mains? (This networking tends to be used instead of wireless for speed or security reasons, or to connect to devices which are not wireless.)

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