If you sign up to this tariff, then change your mind within 14 days, there are no exit fees. But if you change your mind after 14 days, exit fees of £35 per fuel will apply. EDF, who boasts five-star customer service, also participates in the Warm Home Discount scheme.
You’ll have to hurry to take advantage of this great-value online-only deal as it’s only available until 9 August 2018.
^ Tariff costs an average £999 a year. It is £207 less than the current typical cost of a UK gas and electricity bill of £1,206 a year. These costs are for an average UK home paying by monthly direct debit on a standard gas and electricity tariff with a Big Six supplier. Average usage is currently defined by the energy regulator Ofgem as 12,000 kWh of gas and 3,100 kWh of electricity per year. If your usage is higher or lower than this, the rates will be fixed and the amount you pay will depend on your usage. Prices correct as of 18/07/2018.
Prices on EDF Energy Easy Online Collective Sep20 are fixed until 30 September 2020. There is a cancellation fee of £35 per fuel if you switch away before the end of the fixed price period. By switching to this tariff you may receive a call from EDF Energy to discuss the benefits of switching from a standard to a smart meter when they are installing them in your area. Customers signing up to this tariff will not get call centre support, but will instead have 24/7 access to EDF Energy's live chat and MyAccount functionality. Any outstanding debt balance that existing EDF cash/cheque customers may have prior to taking this tariff will be collected by direct debit, 16 calendar days after the date of the tariff change. This is a separate one-off payment outside of the new direct debit plan. This tariff is not available to existing customers on an agreed EDF Energy instalment plans for debt. Exit fees may be applicable for EDF Energy customers who are already on a fixed deal that does not end in the next 3 months.