First Utility’s price promise: Should you contact First Utility?

By Energy Company Numbers on April 8, 2015 in first utility

If you’re familiar with the energy market, you’ll know who the Big Six are: British Gas, EDF, E.ON, npower, Scottish Power and SSE. Many people are actually surprised to learn that First Utility is not one of the Big Six, which is testament to First Utility’s brand strength and their position in the energy market. First Utility is, in fact, one of the biggest energy suppliers outside of the Big Six and they operate very much like a small, independent supplier, with fair energy prices and excellent customer service to contact.

Call first Utility customer service on 0843 770 5059

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Price Promise from First Utility

One perk to being a first:utility customer is the Price Promise. The First Utility Price Promise ensures that iSave tariff customers always pay a cheaper rate for their energy than if they were a customer of the Big Six on a standard tariff, at typical use. The Price Promise is an excellent deal, but the true value of it certainly needs extra exploration.

First Utility offers 4 simple tariffs that have a Price Promise:

  • iSave Fixed March 2016
  • iSave Fixed March 2017
  • iSave Fixed March 2018
  • iSave Everyday

First Utility Contact Phone Number

These tariffs are pretty self-explanatory; iSave Fixed March 2016, iSave Fixed March 2017, iSave Fixed March 2018 and iSave Everyday offer the Price Promise until their respective date. A unique thing about First Utility’s service is that if they are not cheaper than the Big Six, they will lower their prices – per customer – to make sure that they are. They will do this automatically, but if you are unsure, you can use a First Utility contact number to discuss your tariff in greater detail and ask whether or not they are fulfilling their Price Promise.

The savings for the First Utility Price Promise are as such (accurate as of 09/03/2015): SSE – £23, Scottish Power – £31, British Gas – £19, npower – £34, E.ON – £0.15 and EDF 0 £20.

As you can see, First Utility is cheaper than all of the Big Six with their Price Promise, although E.ON comes mightily close to levelling the playing field. So if you are thinking about switching to First Utility, you should keep in mind the Price Promise and weigh up your options. There’s no doubt that this first:utility deal is a solid one, but whether it’s right for you entirely depends on your individual needs. We recommend using our First Utility contact number to find out more about their services – you could save a pretty penny or two.

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