trickytree1963 wrote: »
Amazing how many first posters telling us how great Bulb is and always including a referral code. Spam Energy more appropriate name for this firm
Hengus wrote: »
I struggle with this type of offer. If a supplier can afford to pay £100 to secure a contract, then to my simple mind it suggests that there is clear over-charging going on. I have just run a price comparison and if Bulb knocked £75 off its dual fuel tariff, I would switch to them in a heartbeat as they would be the cheapest deal - for me - on the market. I would be happy and Bulb would be £25 better off.
Finch7 wrote: »
Just doing my first ever switch and currently on SP.
A VERY basic question regarding the 'standing charge' on every provider....is that as well as the KWH or upto and over?
So for instance is the standing charge is 23p a day and the KWH is 2p... will I be charged 23p per day and the amount of KWH I have used? OR will I be charged the KWH I have used minus the 23p per day?
I know I should probably find a more generic post but I am just about to press the button for Bulb and then thought I best check. I am more than likely going to be using more energy in my new house, so in my mind the standing charge is less important if it is in scenario two above as I will most probably always use the standing charge amount and therefore the lower KWH would be more effective for me?
Be careful when converting points to Cineworld
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