First Utility claims cheapest tariff title


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Customers who band together and ask for the best possible tariff could be more than £260 better off compared to those who choose to stick to their existing supplier, one of the UK’s energy suppliers believes.

First Utility revealed that its most recent tariff stands at £892 per year for an average dual fuel household, which makes the cheapest on the market. The deal is available under the Big Deal collective switch scheme, which aims to save consumers money by asking suppliers to submit the cheapest tariff they can with reduced commission.

The new tariff will be fixed until 31st March 2016 and is available for the first 10,000 customers until midnight on 20th February.

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