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The issue has become more acute in recent years because of rising wholesale prices which have been passed on to customers.
jobdone1 wrote: »
It just goes to show, Their is the real world (us the consumer} and the out of touch[STRIKE] torries[/STRIKE] politicians
Wywth wrote: »
There is a real danger that this move (details yet to be clarified) could result in people being less inclined to switch (because they believe they are automatically being put on the cheapest tariff), even some comparison sites going out of business, resulting in less competition and hence a rise in bills for everyone eventually.
molerat wrote: »
A good move would be to force the companies to put basic tarriff information, kWh prices, standing charges etc, on the front page. Too many, if not all, simply do not make this information easily if at all available.
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