How to switch to first:utility
Too many people in the UK are paying more than they should for their gas supply. First Utility aims to put an end to this.
We know there’s lots of reasons why you might not want to switch gas provider to save money. You might not be aware that you can switch, or believe the process is too complicated and could leave you in a worse-off position than the one you came from. We aim to debunk these myths.
It is worth seeing if you can switch gas provider as you may be able to significantly reduce your annual bill. The process is simpler than you think, too.
We offer three dual fuel tariffs that combine your electricity and gas supply. By having both your electricity and gas supplied by one company, you can often save more money than if you have them from separate energy suppliers or just switch your gas supply on its own.
To find out if you could save money when you switch gas and electricity, simply click our 'show prices' button below. Input your postcode into the box when prompted and you will be shown the best tariff for your region.
Have you found that you could save money on your energy bills if you switch your gas and electric to First Utility? Great. Rest assured, we make the switch gas process completely transparent and simple. Just fill in our online form and we'll handle the rest.
* Customers switching both gas and electricity at www.first-utility.com between 1st March 2014 and 22nd June 2014 are projected to save an average of £213 per year.
** The price promise relates to the following competitor tariffs (or any replacement tariffs as that company's Standard Tariff): British Gas - Clear and Simple, E.ON - Energy Plan, Scottish Power - Standard, npower - Standard no standing charge, EDF - Standard (Variable), SSE - Standard Energy, in each case as offered directly by the relevant company with a Direct Debit payment method and paperless billing. On a weekly basis we will compare the prices of this tariff against those listed above. The calculation will be based on average usage of 3,200kWh of electricity and 13,500kWh of gas on a national basis. If the cheapest average bill value based on average usage on a national basis of any of these tariffs falls below ours, then we will reduce our tariff to be lower than that average bill value within 60 days of your next Billing Cycle. These tariff comparisons will be listed on our website. National means “The Non-Exclusive Appointed Area” that shall mean any geographical area in mainland Great Britain.
***Average annual bill based on average usage of 3,200 kWh of electricity and 13,500 kWh of gas on a national basis.