Can smart meters wind you up with paying MORE for your energy?

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  • B0bbyEwing
    B0bbyEwing Posts: 1,208 Forumite
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    victor2 said:
    Qyburn said:
    My smart plug isn't costing me anything either - it's already been paid for.
    The P110 draws around 1W when the switch is on, 0.5W when it's off.
    Now this is an interesting response to say the least.

    What made you highlight the P110 out of curiosity?

    Probably because it is one of the most popular devices for monitoring usage through a socket. Plus it's a smart switch as well.
    P110 is by far the most commonly used device of the type on the boards I would think - sometimes feels like most of us have one…or several! 

    There was actually a reason that I was asking. 

    But maybe (& hopefully) you're both right.
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