Roll over Risk for fixed price Energy Customers

According to uSwitch the price comparison service, half a million  households could see a 51% increase in their energy bills this summer if they simply allow their old fixed price tariffs to roll over to standard variable tariffs.

The biggest increases will be for Npower customers who could see their bills rise by £399 followed by First Utility (£364) and EDF Energy (£360)!

50 fixed energy plans are coming to an end this summer and there there are 14 popular fixed tariff deals from eight suppliers ending this month! The average price increase for customers whose deals end in July is £274 per year.

Source: BBC 19 July 2017

Remember you can switch 42 days before the fixed contract ends without incurring any exit fees (if applicable).

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