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Fixed Price Gas and Electric

A Fixed Tariff is when the rate you are charged for Gas and Electric is fixed at a certain rate. This means that if prices increase your rate will not be increased because the rate is fixed. This means that you know the maximum rates you will have to pay for Gas and Electric at a given point in time regardless of if the rates go up.

You can have a fixed rate on Gas or Electric. Rates are charged per kwh (kilo watt hour) for both Gas and Electric.

A Fixed Tariff will provide a fixed rate for a limited period of time; this is usually between 12 and 24 months. When your Fixed Tariff is due to expire you should get a quote from Switch Electric and Gas to find out how much you can save on your Gas and Electric bills.

Who provides Fixed Tariffs?

The majority of Gas and Electric suppliers provide Fixed Tariffs. These suppliers include British Gas, E.ON, Scottish Power, EDF, npower; and Scottish & Southern. The Fixed Tariffs available from Gas and Electric suppliers vary from time to time. Gas and Electric suppliers do not always have Fixed Tariffs available. To make sure you are up to date on fixed tariffs get a quote from Switch Electric and Gas so you can find out how much you can save on your Gas and Electric bills.

Why would I subscribe to a Fixed Tariff?

Non-fixed tariffs leave you open to any changes that are introduced and can mean that you are only on the original rates for a limited period. If you switch to a fixed tariff you are protecting yourself against any increases in unit rates that may occur. Customers prefer to be on a fixed tariff as it means that they can forget about the Electric and Gas prices until the end of the fixed period and have the peace of mind that comes from choosing a set of prices that are frozen.

How can I get a Fixed Tariff?

You can get a Fixed Tariff by getting a quote from Switch Electric and Gas. Switch Electric and Gas can say you money on your household bills. We compare prices with the Gas and Electric suppliers to provide you with the best savings so you can save money on your Gas and Electric bills. A fixed tariff may save you money and protect you from future price rises.

Where do you get Fixed Tariffs from?

You get Fixed Tariffs by getting a quote from Switch Electric and Gas. We will let you know what Fixed Tariffs are available and how much you can save on your Gas and Electric bills. You can choose which Fixed Tariff you want from those available. All you need to do is to provide your home post code and a contact telephone number so we can confirm how much you cans save on your Gas and Electric bills.

When can I get a Fixed Tariff?

When you have chosen your Fixed Tariff after you have received your quote from Switch Electric and Gas it will take 6 to 8 weeks for the switch to take place. Switch Electric and Gas will post you a letter confirming the details of your order within 48 hours of you choosing the Fixed Tariff you wish to switch to. About a week later your will receive a welcome pack form your new supplier that will include details about your Fixed Tariff and the new supplier. Your new supplier will let you know when your switch date is. On the date of your switch there will be no change to your electric supply; you won't even know the switch has taken place! All you need to do is provide your new supplier with you meter reading and then you will be on your new Fixed Tariff.

If you have any queries about your gas or Electric switch you can always contact the customer services team at Switch Electric and Gas who will be happy to help you. Capped Tariffs

What is a Capped Tariff?

A capped tariff is when the rate you are charged for Gas and Electric is capped at a certain rate. This means that if prices increases over and above the rate set as your cap you the price increase you receive will only be to the capped rate. This means that you know the maximum rates you will have to pay for Gas and Electric at a given point in time regardless of if the rates go up.

You can have a capped rate on Gas or Electric. Some suppliers cap the rate at the rate charged at the time of subscription. Rates are charged per kwh (kilo watt hour) for both Gas and Electric.

A Capped Tariff will provide a cap for a limited period of time; this is usually between 12 and 24 months. When your capped tariff is due to expire you should get a quote from Switch Electric and Gas to find out how much you can save on your Gas and Electric bills.

Who provides Capped Tariffs?

The majority of Gas and Electric suppliers provide Capped Tariffs. These suppliers include British Gas, E.On, Scottish Power, EDF, N Power, Utilita, Scottish & Southern and Atlantic. The Capped Tariffs available from Gas and Electric suppliers vary from time to time. Gas and Electric suppliers do not always have Capped Tariffs available. To make sure you are up to date on capped tariffs get a quote from Switch Electric and Gas so you can find our how much you can save on your Gas and Electric bills.

Why would I subscribe to a Capped Tariff?

Non-capped tariffs leave you open to any changes that are introduced and can mean that you are only on the original rates for a limited period. If you switch to a capped tariff you are protecting yourself against any increases in unit rates that may occur. Customers prefer to be on a capped tariff as it means that they can forget about the Electric and Gas prices until the end of the capped period and have the peace of mind that comes from choosing a set of prices that are frozen.

How can I get a Capped Tariff?

You can get a Capped Tariff by getting a quote from Switch Electric and Gas. Switch Electric and Gas can say you money on your household bills. We compare prices with the Gas and Electric suppliers to provide you with the best savings so you can save money on your Gas and Electric bills. A capped tariff may save you money and protect you from future price rises.

Where do you get Capped Tariffs from?

You can get a Capped Tariff by getting a quote from Switch Electric and Gas. Switch Electric and Gas can say you money on your household bills. We compare prices with the Gas and Electric suppliers to provide you with the best savings so you can save money on your Gas and Electric bills. A capped tariff may save you money and protect you from future price rises.

When can I get a Capped Tariff?

When you have chosen your Capped Tariff after you have received your quote from Switch Electric and Gas it will take 6 to 8 weeks for the switch to take place. Switch Electric and Gas will post you a letter confirming the details of your order within 48 hours of you choosing the Capped Tariff you wish to switch to. About a week later your will receive a welcome pack form your new supplier that will include details about your Capped Tariff and the new supplier. Your new supplier will let you know when your switch date is. On the date of your switch there will be no change to your electric supply; you won't even know the switch has taken place! All you need to do is provide your new supplier with you meter reading and then you will be on your new Capped Tariff.

If you have any queries about your gas or Electric switch you can always contact the customer services team at Switch Electric and Gas who will be happy to help you.


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