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MontBelzoni
Old 14-07-2008, 7:56 PM
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Default current Eon gas price per unit?

can anyone please tell me from their latest bill what the current unit price is.

much appreciated
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Old 14-07-2008, 8:02 PM
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I suppose it all depends on what Eon tariff you are on.
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I suppose it all depends on what Eon tariff you are on.
it will be whatever the standard domestic customer tariff is.
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4.57p for the first 670 kWh per quarter, and 2.913p thereafter including 5% VAT.

Gas only: If monthly DD, then you receive a discount of 6% off total annual bill, if quarterly DD then 3% discount of total bill. If quarterly non-DD then if you pay promptly and pay the full amount owing then you receive a 3% discount.

Dual Fuel: If monthly DD, then you receive a discount of 9% off total annual bill, if quarterly DD then 3% discount of total bill. If quarterly non-DD then if you pay promptly and pay the full amount owing then you receive a 3% discount.
It's PAC not PAC Code, it's MAC not MAC Code, it's PIN not PIN Number, it's ATM not ATM Machine, it's LCD not LCD Display, it's DVD not DVD disc... It's no one not noone, It's a lot not alot, It's got not gotten... Panini is the plural of panino - there is no S!!
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Doesn't it depend on where you live in the country? The country is divided up into energy regions and some areas pay more than others, based on how much it costs to get the power to where you are and so on. I'm pretty sure this is true.
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jd87 is correct - electricity pricing depends on the region you are in, so the best thing to do is to look on their website (www.eonenergy.com) and you should be able to find details of all their tariffs (and make sure you're on the best one!)
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Old 15-07-2008, 11:56 AM
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It does totally depend on the area you live in the tariff you going onto etc, Even if it is just the standard tariff it will depend on the area and also if your going on to E7 or just the standard

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Yes, the electricity does depend on where you live in the UK, however the OP asked about gas and that is the same price throughout the UK.

It was just the gas prices they asked for, so that's all that I included in my post, as they didn't ask about the electricity I didn't post details of that, nor thought to mention that the electric varies across the country as they never asked about it.
It's PAC not PAC Code, it's MAC not MAC Code, it's PIN not PIN Number, it's ATM not ATM Machine, it's LCD not LCD Display, it's DVD not DVD disc... It's no one not noone, It's a lot not alot, It's got not gotten... Panini is the plural of panino - there is no S!!
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4.57p for the first 670 kWh per quarter, and 2.913p thereafter including 5% VAT.

Gas only: If monthly DD, then you receive a discount of 6% off total annual bill, if quarterly DD then 3% discount of total bill. If quarterly non-DD then if you pay promptly and pay the full amount owing then you receive a 3% discount.

Dual Fuel: If monthly DD, then you receive a discount of 9% off total annual bill, if quarterly DD then 3% discount of total bill. If quarterly non-DD then if you pay promptly and pay the full amount owing then you receive a 3% discount.
Thats expensive..
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Thats expensive..
Yeah, but that's what happens with standard tariffs, not as cheap as online tariffs, saying that, eBico is much better no matter which way you pay.
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Yeah, but that's what happens with standard tariffs, not as cheap as online tariffs, saying that, eBico is much better no matter which way you pay.

I checked my usage costs with Ebico and Utility Warehouse came out cheaper. Not sure why people on here have such a downer on them (BTW, I'm not a distributor and I'm not with them as I utilise Quidco to get a decent annual saving on my energy! )
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I checked my usage costs with Ebico and Utility Warehouse came out cheaper. Not sure why people on here have such a downer on them (BTW, I'm not a distributor and I'm not with them as I utilise Quidco to get a decent annual saving on my energy! )
You forgot to mention that however a few other suppliers came out cheaper than UW.

It depends on usage who comes out the cheapest, however no matter which usage UW don't come out the cheapest, either way there are others cheaper.
It's PAC not PAC Code, it's MAC not MAC Code, it's PIN not PIN Number, it's ATM not ATM Machine, it's LCD not LCD Display, it's DVD not DVD disc... It's no one not noone, It's a lot not alot, It's got not gotten... Panini is the plural of panino - there is no S!!
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You forgot to mention that however a few other suppliers came out cheaper than UW.

It depends on usage who comes out the cheapest, however no matter which usage UW don't come out the cheapest, either way there are others cheaper.

Leccy 7,000, Gas 20,000 and I'm in the Yorkshire region. I mentioned Ebico because you claimed they were 'much better no matter which way you pay'. :confused: Patently not true unless you were just comparing them to the Eon standard rate.At any one time there could be any one of 6-10 different price plans/companies that are 'the cheapest'. Do you really think the vast majority of the public can be arsed to research such things on a monthly basis?
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Hi didnt want to start a UW debate,,just stating that it was a high price.There are many companies offering better than that..As i tell anyone whom will listen do your own homework..and i agree with the post above most people cant be bothered all the time checking and switching its a pain in the a--s-...But i will say that this is where UW do benefit..
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Leccy 7,000, Gas 20,000 and I'm in the Yorkshire region. I mentioned Ebico because you claimed they were 'much better no matter which way you pay'. :confused: Patently not true unless you were just comparing them to the Eon standard rate.At any one time there could be any one of 6-10 different price plans/companies that are 'the cheapest'. Do you really think the vast majority of the public can be arsed to research such things on a monthly basis?
Yes, I was just comparing to the EON standard price.

We check at least once a week, granted not everyone does, but I know many who do though.

We're on eBico for gas as they are the cheapest for us, however our electricity is elsewhere price fixed.
It's PAC not PAC Code, it's MAC not MAC Code, it's PIN not PIN Number, it's ATM not ATM Machine, it's LCD not LCD Display, it's DVD not DVD disc... It's no one not noone, It's a lot not alot, It's got not gotten... Panini is the plural of panino - there is no S!!
(OK my English isn't great, the sciences, maths & IT are my strong points!)
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Yes, the electricity does depend on where you live in the UK, however the OP asked about gas and that is the same price throughout the UK.

It was just the gas prices they asked for, so that's all that I included in my post, as they didn't ask about the electricity I didn't post details of that, nor thought to mention that the electric varies across the country as they never asked about it.
Good thing someone's reading the posts properly!
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