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first:utility - iSave Fixed March 2017 (v47)


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first:utility charges different rates depending on the region of the country that you live in. Please provide your postcode to view prices for this tariff as well as to compare all other tariffs in the market to see which one is the cheapest for you.

Fix energy prices until 30th September 2017

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Tariff Features

  • Fixed energy prices until 31st March 2017.
  • 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 may be requested from the supplier after registration is complete.†
  • No IGT charges.
  • Early termination fees apply: £30 for gas, £30 for electricity (a total of £60 for dual fuel).
  • Notes: This tariff is not available to customers who have an unsupported Economy 7 meter type or a de-energised MPAN or MPRN.
  • First Utility currently offer the Warm Home Discount.

Note: any early termination fees shown may not apply after the contract has expired. Sometimes tariff data changes or becomes out of date when a tariff has been withdrawn. UKPower.co.uk cannot always guarantee the accuracy of the data displayed. Please report any errors to feedbacks@ukpower.co.uk.

Supplier information

First Utility is the fastest growing energy supplier in the UK and one of the largest independent energy companies. A main challenger to the Big Six providers, they are committed to helping reduce energy bills by offering cheaper tariffs and helping customers to save energy using innovative technology. First Utility campaign for positive change in the industry, whether it's to make switching faster and easier or to make sure that customers don't pay too much and big companies make too much. First Utility believe that with meaningful change we can help get customers a better deal.

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