We talk about energy switches a lot on MoneyMagpie – and now’s an incredibly important time to slash your household expenses. We’re all working on tighter budgets this year, so switching supplier could save you hundreds of pounds.
We know it’s a total hassle to handle the paperwork, compare tariffs and all that boring stuff. But what if you could switch, hassle-free, without it costing you a penny?
- Why bother with energy switches?
- Introducing Energy Helpline
- How much can you save?
- How it works
- More ways to save on your household bills
We all KNOW switching energy supplier could save us some cash. However, with so many different suppliers and ever-changing deals and tariffs, the legwork it takes feels like a waste of time. In fact, 49% of people paying their household energy bill have never switched at all, or only switched once.
But switching is worth the effort. Energy suppliers often leave us on expensive tariffs once the fixed-term deal you’re on is ended. You could be paying through the nose for energy without realising it. Indeed, there’s never been a better time to switch because prices are at an all time low!
Switching also hands you back your power as a consumer to make choices about your environmental impact. Some energy suppliers use a mix of resources to provide power – while others offer a 100% sustainable and green guarantee. Looking at different suppliers gives you a better idea of where your money is going – and where your power comes from!
Energy Helpline is an entirely free service. It’s not going to cost you a penny to use them.
Yet they can help you save hundreds of pounds on your annual energy bill.
Energy Helpline is a place to compare your current tariff against other suppliers. In fact, they compare the most UK energy suppliers in one go than any other comparison site. They’re also entirely neutral – there’s no incentive for them to push you to switch to any particular supplier.
Around 10% of customers saved a whopping £461 in 2019 with energy switches through Energy Helpline. Even if you don’t fall into this bracket, you could save £100, £200, £300 or more every year by switching using their comparison service.
It’s also worth checking out their resources and guides, too. The Energy Saving Guide, for example, offers lots of hints and tips to help you reduce your energy consumption and slash your bills even further.
Switching doesn’t have to involve lots of time-consuming research. Energy Helpline makes it really easy to look at ALL of the best deals available to you.
Just enter your details for a quick summary of your current tariff and usage. Then, you’ll get an easy-to-understand table to view tariffs available to you – and it’s easy to see whether you’ll make a saving by switching.
If you want to switch, Energy Helpline will do it for you. You can do it with them online or over the phone. It’s totally free, too!
Find out more at www.energyhelpline.com and save hundreds of pounds on your energy bills.
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