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The TIL gives you all the information you need about a tariff in a standard format, to let you easily compare products. Each TIL is specific to the location of your property, fuel type (Gas or Electricity) and payment method.
The TIL contains information about the tariff, such as, costs for unit rates, standing charge costs, Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR), and discounts.
We’ve summarised some of the important things you need to know about Feel Good Fix April 2018 below, but please be sure to download and read through our terms and conditions:
Feel Good Fix April 2018 prices won’t go up before 30 April 2018 subject to governmental or regulatory requirements
If our standard variable prices go down before 30 April 2018, then we’ll reduce your prices too
There’s no exit fee if you decide to switch tariff or supplier
This tariff is available to new or existing customers who pay by fixed monthly or variable quarterly Direct Debit, or Receipt of bill. Unfortunately it’s not available to customers with non-standard or prepayment meters.
Please note that if you start using more gas or electricity, then the amount you pay us will increase even though the price per unit remains the same.
Your prices may increase if you change your meter type or the way you pay, or you no longer meet our eligibility criteria for this tariff.
If there’s a change in the rate of VAT chargeable for the energy we supply, this could also increase the charges you pay.
With our Feel Good Fix April 2018 tariff, if the price of energy on our Standard Variable Rate goes down, we’ll reduce the price you’re paying proportionally to the decrease in your area.
£846 average annual cost, including Direct Debit discounts and VAT at the reduced rate of 5%, and based on:
a customer with standard single rate meters
typical annual average consumption of 3,100kWh electricity and 12,500kWh gas
payment by Direct Debit
costs averaged across mainland UK
Your actual annual cost will vary depending on:
whether you get both your electricity and gas from us, or just a single fuel
whether discounts apply
your meter type
your payment type
Annual charges may be higher than our standard charges.
Correct as at 09.06.16.
After 30 April 2018, you’ll automatically move to our cheapest Standard variable tariff applicable to you.
We split the amount you pay us into two parts - the amount you pay for the energy you actually use, and also a standing charge for the cost of delivering and supplying energy to your home. You’ll pay a standing charge now matter how much you use. Standing charges vary depending on your tariff, and are different for gas compared to what they are for electricity.
Direct Debit Discounts
We’ll reduce your daily standing charge if you pay by Direct Debit. So over a year you’ll get £40 off your electricity and £50 off your gas. Subject to change.
We’ll use your own meter readings to create your bills whenever we can. If we can’t then we’ll estimate how much energy you’ve used, using industry standard information. Please note that our agents still need access to your meter to take readings sometimes and to carry out important safety checks.
Changing your tariff or supplier: There’s no exit fee if you decide to switch tariff or supplier.
Offer subject to availability and may be withdrawn, suspended or amended at any time.
The Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR) is a rate for you to compare a tariff against another. It's a cost per kWh that a typical consumer would pay on that tariff. To work out the rate, we assume an average of kWh and then include the unit rates and standing charges. However, it's a guideline to help customers compare tariffs, it's not an actual price. The amount you pay will depend on your actual usage. Your current tariff’s TCR is always printed on your bill or annual summary.
TCRs will vary by location, fuel type (e.g. gas) and payment method.