Price Rise Alert: Utility Warehouse hikes prices up by 4.4% effective 1st July 2018

October 10th, 2019
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Following in the footsteps other small suppliers, namely Bulb and Ovo, Utility Warehouse has increased the prices on its standard variable tariff by 4.4%.

The company has around 53% of its near 500,000 customer base on the standard tariff, which will all see their prices increase by around £50 this year.

What is the price change on the Utility Warehouse tariffs?

‘Value’ standard tariff – This is essentially Utility Warehouse’s Standard Variable Tariff (SVT), which is set to go up by approximately £50

‘Gold’ standard tariff – This is for customers who have energy, home phone and broadband with Utility Warehouse and are not on a fixed deal. The annual bill will rise by approximately £50.

‘Double Gold’ standard tariff – This is for customers who have energy, home phone, mobile phone and broadband with Utility Warehouse and are not on a fixed deal. The annual bill will rise by approximately £50.

How can I get around the price hike?

Regardless of which energy supplier you are with, the standard variable tariff is the most expensive tariff offered by your energy supplier and there are no exit charges so it is highly recommended that you compare and switch to a cheaper supplier.

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