A variable tariff is a type of plan where the cost of energy may go up or down, depending on what happens in the wider market and potentially the costs your supplier faces. You'll always know what you're paying, and you're told at least 30 days in advance about any changes. A variable tariff could be a good option if you don't want to be tied into a long contract, as you can leave whenever you want without paying a fee.
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- 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?
- I live in Northern Ireland. Why can't I switch energy with TotallyMoney?
- How do we work out your initial estimate?
- How do we work out your estimated energy savings?
- How do we work out your personal projection?