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    • sidbee
    • By sidbee 1st Apr 17, 2:52 PM
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    sidbee
    Together Energy?
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    • 1st Apr 17, 2:52 PM
    Together Energy? 1st Apr 17 at 2:52 PM
    Just wondering if anyone has had any experience of this supplier? Their site seems very basic, no log in for customers so presumably no online meter reads. Their web site says they started 2 years ago, but they don't show up in Cheap Energy Club's comparisons. However the CAB comparison shows them second only to IRESA for me on price. I want to avoid a shambles like Extra Energy if possible though!
    sidbee
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    • mikeyorkie10
    • By mikeyorkie10 1st Oct 17, 2:26 PM
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    I seem to get a result if I select the Together Energy variable tariff as my current tariff, but not their fixed Aug 18 tariff.

    This post by MSE Laura about a month ago in another thread may explain further (and why they are not offered up by the CEC)

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.php?p=73027443&postcount=2

    Perhaps you too could contact your supplier and ask why they are not prepared to provide the details of their tariffs to the Ofgem accredited comparison sites?
    Originally posted by footyguy
    Sorry, (re footguy's quote) I forgot to be specific on tariff, the CEC comparison works for me on their fixed Aug 18 tariff. Bit strange - works on both IOS and Windows browsers.
    Last edited by mikeyorkie10; 01-10-2017 at 2:29 PM. Reason: Typo
    • locky123
    • By locky123 6th Oct 17, 6:41 PM
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    locky123
    Received this week final bill from GB Energy following switch to Together Energy on 14/9 and credit to be payed into account. Glitch with cheapenergyclub comparisons now resolved following changing to Together Energy.
    • mikeyorkie10
    • By mikeyorkie10 6th Oct 17, 8:44 PM
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    mikeyorkie10
    Received this week final bill from GB Energy following switch to Together Energy on 14/9 and credit to be payed into account. Glitch with cheapenergyclub comparisons now resolved following changing to Together Energy.
    Originally posted by locky123
    Glad it all worked out, just waiting for BG to sort my refunds now!
    • tomrob
    • By tomrob 8th Oct 17, 4:37 PM
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    tomrob
    Better Together ?
    Together Energy are coming out top on price for me. They came top on a commercial comparison engine without being enabled to switch through the site which makes me tend to trust the result more than I would otherwise and having researched them and the ones that come top on a couple of other comparison sites (they only appeared on one) it seems to check out on the rates offered.
    The price advantage is not small either I did the MSE cheap energy club* thing and I estimate that their best suggestion is 20% more expensive then Together Energy.

    Any way lets hope they're decent as I'm applying to switch now.

    *In fact MSE looks a little odd, I don't know whether I did something wrong when I put my details in but the fiurst 10 recommendations on MSE are all different tarrifs from the same supplier (are Scottish Power sponsoring MSE at the moment).
    • Hengus
    • By Hengus 8th Oct 17, 6:05 PM
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    Hengus
    Together Energy are coming out top on price for me. They came top on a commercial comparison engine without being enabled to switch through the site which makes me tend to trust the result more than I would otherwise and having researched them and the ones that come top on a couple of other comparison sites (they only appeared on one) it seems to check out on the rates offered.
    The price advantage is not small either I did the MSE cheap energy club* thing and I estimate that their best suggestion is 20% more expensive then Together Energy.

    Any way lets hope they're decent as I'm applying to switch now.

    *In fact MSE looks a little odd, I don't know whether I did something wrong when I put my details in but the fiurst 10 recommendations on MSE are all different tarrifs from the same supplier (are Scottish Power sponsoring MSE at the moment).
    Originally posted by tomrob
    MSE CEC bases its recommendations (cheapest tariffs) on the projected annual usage in kWhs/year you entered into your profile. MSE CEC is based on an Ofgem-accredited PCW. PCWs and suppliers use the same data so the results (annual cost projections) should be identical.

    Suppliers do not sponsor PCWs.
    • pete22
    • By pete22 9th Oct 17, 12:03 PM
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    pete22
    Changed from British Gas to Together Energy successfully today. Transfer went without a hitch. Expect to receive my refund from British Gas within 2 weeks.
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