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Jennylanchester wrote: »
Ok I think I'm being robbed here...
I live in a one bed ground floor flat. Bedroom is 16ft by 12. Sitting room 14ft square, bathroom 8ft by 10 and kitchen 6ft by 8ft. Two adults. One toddler and one baby. We have NO central heating. Gas fire, gas hob, gas boiler and electric elsewhere. Washer or drier are always on as both kids are in washable nappies as well as the usual chaos of family washing! (Thou we always use economy settings) I pay £64 a month direct debit to British gas just for the gas - we don't use the fire between April and October generally but they say we need to pay this much per month to stop us going into debt over winter... And we have a British gas pre pay metre (as they used to charge £94 a month for electric) using the metre it's now about £65-£80 a month electric so up to £150 for both. Does that seem alot to any one else!? X
hotcat wrote: »
What is the point of an average costs poll with no date?
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