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Re: Energy Bill

Postby dipsydoodlenoodle » Mon Jun 08, 2009 8:31 am

Scottish power may well be cheaper per unit of energy you use yet they may hav extra hidden charges. I was on the bus home late one night and there was a drunk sales rep from some power company and he was saying whoever it was he worked for they charged "cheaper" per unit, yet they had loads of extra hidden costs.
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Re: Energy Bill

Postby kerrie24 » Mon Jun 08, 2009 11:59 am

Whenever I have moved house,I have always asked for the meters to be put in,so you only pay for what you use.You just get a card/key and put money on it at the paypoint.We use about £15-£20 a week gas and £5-10 electric in the winter and much less in the summer and thats with a 3 bed house lights always on,tumble dryer at least once a day etc.Thats with E-on.
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