From what i've heard British Gas and NPower are the most expensive. Go on USWITCH.com and search for the best deal in your area. And i'd never go with NPower again as I was with them and their customer service is shocking.
I'm with EDF for Electricity and Equidual for Gas. Ebico Equidual are the cheapest in most areas of the UK, quick and easy switchover - no hassle.
THIS IS RIP OFF BRITAIN AND IT SEEMS LIKE ALL THESE SO CALLED CUSTOMER FOCUSSED COMPANIES ARE FOCUSSED ON ONE THING ONLY AND THAT IS PROFITEERING AT OUR EXPENSE WHILE THE SO CALLED ENERGY/FUEL WATCHDOGS JUST SIT BY AND ALLOW IT TO HAPPEN.
THEY TALK ABOUT THIRD WORLD POVERTY, ENERGY/FUEL/WATER/FOOD PRICES/TAXES/MORTGAGES ARE MAKING LIFE MUCH HARDER FOR THE VUNERABLE, POOR AND EVERYONE ELSE TO A LESSER EXTENT IN THIS SOCIETY.
Â£1.25/LTR DIESEL??? 80% OF WHICH IS TAX??? MOAN, MOAN, MOAN.
THERE ALL TO KEEN TO PUT UP PRICES BUT NEVER SEEM TO REDUCE THEM WHEN THEY COULD/SHOULD DO SO.
[quote="DIYvirgin1975"]People allways ask which is the best from the two suppliers British gas or N power but i have been told it depends on the area, circumstances and what tarrifs you have.
What does this mean, can somone explain ?[/quote]
I work for a gas an ele supplier, one of the big 6. I live and work in wales which is part of the swalec region, npower is the cheapest for gas and british gas is the cheapest for ele, so it really depends on where you live. If u phone the companies and ask they will tell u that its cheaper to have gas and ele together, these discounts are so small that it isnt worth it.
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