bingo32 wrote: »
or do they put the prices down in summer when people aren't using much, and then put them up in winter when we use a lot?
bow1508 wrote: »
Got hassled in a supermarket by NPower but as they give you a 14 day cooling off period i came home and started my research. Am unimpressed. Think i've narrowed it to Scottish Power and Atlantic. Now i've read scottish power have some customer relations probs but does anyone use Atlantic? To be honest hassle free is just as important as cheap to me as I have young kids and getting messed about is just out of the question. Thanks all.
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bow1508 wrote: »
Thanks Terry, would have used the search engine but couldn't get it to work, i fear this was my puter playing up NOT the site as it's fine today and I get this from time to time. Will have a trawl, but went EEK! when i read a thread about not being able to swap from a meter without paying a deposit. I chose to go over so I could budget easier. I'll look into it.
timbod wrote: »
just a thought really?
With prices going up and down all over the place and usually getting between £30 and £60 back per switch via Quidco - is there any reason you can't switch every 3 months or so - 4 switches at £60 each is £240 towards a year's bills which is about 1/2 my average yearly spend on gas and elec.
So this works out as 1/2 price gas/elec.
Does it affect your credit rating if you switch too much?
Switching online etc is pretty easy - 5 min on the computer. so quite a saving for not much hassle assuming you get the cashback.
Any thoughts/comments welcome.
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