first:utility - iSave Fixed v10 January 2016
Those currently on this tariff may see their prices increase as of 31 December, 2015 as they will be automatically rolled onto 'Standard' tariff prices. To ensure you aren't paying more than you need to, use our quick energy comparison tool to compare every tariff currently available on the market. Click here and enter your postcode to get started or call us on 0800 320 2000.
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- Fixed energy prices until January 2016.
- Online billing - view your bills online. Paper billing may be requested from the supplier after the switch is complete.
- Pay by Monthly Direct Debit. Payment on Receipt of Bill or Quarterly Direct Debit may be requested direct from the supplier.
- Dual fuel or electric-only - there is no gas-only option.
- Early termination fees apply: £30 (inc. VAT) for gas, £30 (inc. VAT) for electricity (a total of £60 for dual fuel).
- Notes: This tariff is not available to customers who have a de-energised MPAN or MPRN. An additional charge may apply.
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