Get the cheapest fixed energy tariff available today when you switch any two of your broadband, mobile or insurance to UW. And protect yourself against the Government’s price cap increase this October.
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Best value energy and cheapest Fixed tariff
Energy only customers on our Value variable tariff and multiservice (excl. Bill Protector) customers who take our Fixed tariff can get the cheapest variable and fixed energy tariffs available - publicly available and excl. competitor tariffs for existing customers only. Comparisons based on the typical domestic consumption values (as set by Ofgem), for customers who pay by direct debit. Correct at 03/05/22. Plus UW is currently offering cheaper variable energy tariffs, available to multiservice UW customers - those who take energy plus two of broadband, mobile, insurance (excl. Bill Protector). Contact us to verify: uw.co.uk/help/contact-us.
Our fixed energy tariff is £2,635 when you switch all your home services to UW. Including the Government’s rebate, this means a typical customer will pay only £2,235 until July 2023.
The more services you switch to UW, the more you’ll save on your energy. And when you also switch your broadband, mobile and insurance, you can access the cheapest fixed energy tariff available in the UK today.
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Beat every other energy provider
See information above on best value energy and cheapest Fixed tariff. Contact us to verify: uw.co.uk/help/contact-us.
This table shows the cheapest competitor fixed tariffs available as of 27/06/2022. Prices have been calculated based on typical household consumption (as set by Ofgem) of 2,900 kWh general domestic electricity and 12,000 kWh gas across all 14 regions. Competitors nearest equivalent fixed tariff shown in comparison to UW’s fixed tariff. Standard pricing only, no new customer offers included. Other suppliers may not be accepting new customers at this time. All prices based on Direct Debits being in place.
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Energy prices 5% below the Government's price cap
£200 towards any early termination fees with existing suppliers
30 days to change your mind, and switch away without penalty
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5% discount applies to customers who switch their energy plus 2 or 3 other services (bill protector and home insurance excluded. Boiler & home cover also excluded for tenants). Lower discounts will be applied to customers taking just energy, or energy plus just one other service. The discount only applies to customers on a variable energy tariff paying by Direct Debit with a credit meter and is calculated at a flat rate using the typical consumption (typical domestic consumption values as set by Ofgem) on payment by Direct Debit, compared to the Government’s energy price cap level for default energy tariffs. % discount could be higher or lower depending on your actual consumption.
£200 towards early termination fees & 30 days to change your mind
£200 to help you switch and 30 days to change your mind applies when you switch at least three of your services: energy, broadband, mobile and insurance (excluding Home Insurance) - and you are a new customer. £200 to help you switch - we’ll give you credit up to £200 towards any termination fees you have to pay your current providers. Additional requirements apply to customers who are tenants. 30 days to switch - for energy, broadband, mobile and insurance (excluding Home Insurance). You’ll need to return any equipment and pay for services you used before you cancel.
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