Prepayment E7 meter/advice on switching to billed(2 Posts)
Ohhhh Sun 27-Oct-19 09:37:02
Pisces90 Sun 27-Oct-19 09:22:25
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The only way to accurately determine whether you will be better off having the pre pay meter exchanged for a credit meter is to find out how many KWh of electricity you use per year and going onto a comparison site and doing a quote. As a very general rule, you are always slightly better off on monthly billing and paying by DD as most energy companies offer a discount for this.
Hi i have storage heating so have an E7 prepay meter. I live in a 2 bed house that is a newer build and well insulated. Currently 30 a week but when winter really hits it will touch 40. I have no idea if this is average? I really want to make the jump to bills to hopefully save money. Just looking for a bit of advice. Thanks
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