You could switch as often as you like. But, keep an eye out for any early exit fees, which apply if you switch more than 49 days before the end date of some fixed-term tariffs. This fee could be the same as, or more than, the amount you save by switching. So, think about the best option for you before you make the swap.
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- How do I get a smart meter installed in my home?
- Why can’t I get a smart meter yet?
- Are smart meters free?
- What is a smart meter and how does it work?
- Can I switch energy tariffs if I’m renting?
- Can I switch energy tariffs if I’m on a prepayment meter?
- How long does it take to switch energy tariff?
- How can I switch energy tariff?
- Why should I switch my gas and electricity tariff?
- Why should I compare energy tariffs?