Tariffs where consumers pay less for using electricity off-peak or when it is cheaper to produce, are one step closer from today.
Water bills to rise by an average of 2% or £8 a year from 1st April - average household will pay £393 a year for water and sewerage, according to uSwitch.com.
On Monday 31 March and Tuesday 1 April, many households could be automatically moved to more expensive tariffs if they haven’t already taken action and switched to a better deal.
The wait is almost over for SSE customers, who will finally feel the benefit of the Government’s levy reductions that were announced almost four months ago.
Mobile phone users are in the dark when it comes to the cost of making calls to 0800 numbers from their mobile phone, according to new research, conducted by YouGov.
Singletons spend more on vanity products and clothes than those of us in relationships do, a new study has found. The study of 2,000 adults found marked differences in personal spending between those in couples and those who are yet to find love.
The first Lloyds Bank Family Finances report reveals the disconnect between the positive economic outlook and how Britain’s families are continuing to feel financially squeezed.
The UK has the highest take-up and coverage of superfast broadband among leading European economies, new figures show.
This is a common question that we get asked a lot. With the weather changing unexpectedly, it is virtually impossible to plan your monthly usage. It used to be assumed that whereas in winter you’d use more energy, it would even out in summer with barely any usage.
Central heating, energy efficiency and home security top the nation’s list of top 20 ‘must-have’ home features, according to new research from Gocompare.com Home Insurance, while more than half say that a good broadband connection is now an ‘essential’.
Energy suppliers have once again been named by consumers as one of the biggest culprits for getting bills wrong, according to new research from uSwitch.com, the independent price comparison and switching service.
npower customers are finally about to benefit from a 2.5% cut to their bills, following the Government’s levy reductions announced early December last year.
Consumer confidence has continued its upward trend, rising six points from last month and reaching a new survey high at 129 points, according to the Lloyds Bank Spending Power Report for January.
Thames Water hopes an innovative energy-saving trial will cut the cost of treating wastewater in some of its older biological reactors by up to 50 per cent.
Commenting on the 2% drop in customers seen by the UK’s biggest energy provider, British Gas, Gocompare.com’s energy spokesperson Jeremy Cryer said:
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