The cost of your tariff may depend on how you choose to pay your bill. Paying by Direct Debit can make your bill cheaper and your supplier will automatically take the amount from your bank account. You can also pay by cash or cheque on receipt of your bill, known as ‘standard credit’. Prepayment meters often require a physical key and card that you top up at selected shops.
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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?