Scottish Power - Unifi Fixed Price Energy May 2014 No Standing Charge
Customers previously on this tariff may have seen their energy prices increase as of 30 April, 2014 as it is common for customers to be rolled onto 'Standard' tariff prices, which are often more expensive. 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 30th April 2014.
- After 30th April 2014 you will be moved onto Scottish Power's Standard plan, unless you choose another plan.
- No standing charge - only pay for what you use.
- Paper billing.
- Monthly Direct Debit only.
- Dual fuel only - you must take both gas and electricity.
- No IGT charges.
- Early termination fees apply: £25 (inc. VAT) for gas, £25 (inc. VAT) for electricity (a total of £50 for dual fuel).
- Notes: This tariff is not available with prepayment or economy 7 meters.
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The Scottish Power Group supplies utility services to millions of customers across Great Britain and the Western United States of America. Their combined sales total nearly £6.5 billion. Scottish Power's ten year record since privatisation has included significant organic growth as well as key acquisitions in the UK and US utilities sectors.
Scottish Power are one of the UK's "Big 6" energy suppliers, serving 3.5 million homes. They have been supplying homes with Gas and Electricity for over 50 years. Scottish Power not only generate electricity, but also operate and maintain large power delivery networks, and provide a full range of energy supply services, including metering, billing and call centre support. They have named themselves 'The Energy People'.