Scottish Power Prepayment Customers

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Energy
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Energy
Hello All,

I've just spoke with Scottish Power Customer Services about the price hike due in October. They have told me that customers who are currently on the prepayment scheme ie buying the £5 cards will not see a price rise.

Hope this is correct

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  • Better bloody not do as well...had a chat with a Scottish Power rep about their high prices and he agreed that life was tough for prepayment card customers......so i have changed.........to Equipower...they do not charge a standard daily fee for the service..just the electric you use........

    my economy seven night charge is cheaper now however my day charge per Kwh is slightly higher but i still make a saving of nearly sixty quid a year...........

    have a look...........

    do your sums and see if it works out better in your area......

    http://www.ebico.co.uk/index.htm
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    I'll call Scottish Power again on Monday and see what another rep says. The one i spoke to though definately said there would be no price rise for prepayment customers......

    We shall see what they say!!!
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    UPDATE!!!!!!

    I have just spoke to Scottish Power CS with regards to prices being frozen for Prepayment Customers. They have confirmed to me that Prepayment Customers will not see a price rise until March of next year!!

    Hope this helps.
  • Scottish power manweb like all the other job lots charge higher prices to those on prepayment meters...they also charge a daily standing charge.....19.5p on scottish power per day. The company i have changed to do not make this charge and so i save. The company is the one i quoted above in the thread......

    I am glad to see they are not putting up their prices however their starting prices are high in the first place......
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