MothballsWallet wrote: »
:rotfl: at this news because I had a doorstep caller from them the other week claiming to try to save me money; gave him short shrift as he ignored my MSE "no cold callers" sign. Good job I haven't switched supplier yet.
grizzly1911 wrote: »
I am with Eon and someone who worked for them said if you switch as you have detailed and then move they can retrospectively apply the exit fee.:think:
TooMuchSloeGin wrote: »
I'm sure I'm not the only one who would like to know what the customer's position is WRT this. Do those who are on a non-fixed deal simply have to swallow a rise, however much the prices rise... or is there indeed an opt-out if SP (or any other supplier, of course) change the prices?
If so, what is the "stipulated period"?
Paulgonnabedebtfree wrote: »
Tieing a customer in when the unit rates are fixed is fair enough. Having a tie in period when the unit trates aren't fixed would seem to be an unfair contract condition.
Yes I was aware of this when I signed up for it but it doesn't make it right. If there were more choice of suppliers it would help but we seem to be very close to a cartel situation here with only a few big players.
maddipops wrote: »
Fixonline 9 with eon sitting pretty till 1st March 2012 on great prices, but after that, It looks like my prices will increase by about 40-50%!!!! maybe I need to look for a 3-4 year fixed deal and bite the bullet now
Govt has introduced a £273 flat fee
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