Switch to First Utility and save

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Switch to First Utility and save

Price comparison websites and saving money online have been big business for several years now. If you are internet-savvy then there are fantastic savings to be made by shopping around and not choosing the first option that may sound appealing to you. If you compare gas and electricity prices then this is another great way that you can save further money and reduce your outgoings.

There are many websites that compare gas and electricity prices and there are also many websites online that offer other incentives such as giving you cashback if you use them as an aggregator for taking out policies such as car insurance, home insurance and many more.

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Why choose First Utility?

Some websites even combine the two and offer people who use them a comparison, for example, if you want to price compare gas and electricity and they will then also give you cashback on the product that you then decide to choose. These websites know that the internet offers a world of ways to save money that were simply not available to consumers ten or even five years ago.

At First Utility we always have our finger firmly on the pulse when it comes to new technology, online consumer habits and ensuring that our customers are getting not only the best price. By all means shop around and compare gas and electricity from other providers but we are confident that at First Utility our prices are comparable. There really is no excuse for not switching to us now.

*Average annual bill based on average usage of 3,200 kWh of electricity and 13,500 kWh of gas on a national basis.

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