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Peter_O wrote: »
I'm very impressed with Affect Energy
I decided to switch to Affect Energy last autumn when energy prices were being hiked and the best deals were vanishing thick and fast. I managed to get Affect Energy's highly competitive Fixed Saver (October 2017) dual fuel tariff just before it was pulled - six months on and it's still more than £100 cheaper than the best fixed gas & electricity deals currently available.
The switch to Affect was handled very competently and communication with the supplier was excellent throughout. Other plus points: Affect's website features pared back simplicity (nice) and the monthly energy statements are clear and well presented. Customer service is really good too. Don't be put off by the fact that this supplier is a relatively new player in the energy market. So far, so good. If competitive deals return, I would thoroughly recommend Affect Energy (five stars).
tecstar wrote: »
Got an email this morning requesting my first meter readings.
Chrishazle wrote: »
If you don't want a smart meter, just tell them you have a 3 phase supply! Current domestic smart meters can't handle that, and it's not even clear whether the SMETS2 smart meters due back end of this year will have 3 phase as well as single phase capability! You should have seen the face of the BG engineer who came to install a smart meter for me, opened the Elec meter box, saw all 3 phases connected. closed the box!
katejo wrote: »
Do they pressure you to accept a Smart meter? I really don't want that at the moment. I cancelled with another potential provider because they were doing this.
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