Even if you've been rejected, you still have some options. Sometimes, you'll be asked to sign up for a direct debit plan, based on an estimated monthly usage. Or, you may be able to provide a guarantor, who will be asked to make the payments if you can't. You could even be asked to pay a deposit upfront, or be put on a pre-payment meter.
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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?