m0j00 wrote: »
here is a link to onlive saver 10
Kwaker_Knacker wrote: »
I'm on this plan and when I've read thru the pdf (thanks for the link btw), I found this:
we increase the price or vary other terms of the Agreement to your significant
wewill notify you of that increase or variation by giving you at least
30 calendar days’ notice before the date the increase or variation takes effect. If
you do not accept the increase or variation you are entitled to end the Agreement
by giving us notice to end the Agreement, at any time prior to that increase or
variation taking effect. If y
ougive us that notice, the increase or variation will not
take place. However the increase or variation will come into effect if, within 15
Working Days of
you giving that notice to us, we do not receive notification
through the relevant supply industry processes that another
Gas Supplier will
begin to supply the
Premiseswithin a reasonable period of time after that notice
has been given by you.
Does anyone know if this means I can change supplier without incurring the penalty for switching? Or have I got it all wrong??
Edit: The copy and paste hasn't worked too well there, but when I try to delete the gaps, it just goes back like this. Sorry folks.
cifpower wrote: »
I joined SP last October on Online Energy Saver 11.
Calucalting ex VAT:
Primary Electricity +22.5% (16.699p to 21.558p)
Secondary Electricity +32.3% (7.216p to 10.664p)
Primary Gas +55% (4.865p to 7.541p)
Secondary Gas +24.5% (2.777p to 3.457p)
This is frightening to me!
RHYSDAD wrote: »
TBH i think we can all scrabble around trying to find the 'cheaper' deals like scraps thrown from the Energy cartels proverbial table but, let's be honest, the only way to save any money is just not to use as much....A very real problem will be the elderly and poverty stricken having to choose between eating and heating. A travesty in a modern 'civilised' world.....
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