Sparky Bright says

Working for the energy supplier


Are you Mr Average? or are you Mr Smart?

Sparky Bright saysStay with me, you are going to get the opportunity to find out how many hours you have to work just to pay your energy bills! This is where you get the chance to find out whether you are Mr Average, or Mr Smart. Mr Average has to work more hours than Mr Smart just to pay his energy bills. So I hope this calculator helps you understand what it would mean to you to sort out your energy prices!

 

I hope you found the information you calculated to be useful. After all, it is your hard earned money that you are spending. why should you have to work extra hours just to give to a greedy energy supplier?

You now have a couple of options:

  1. Follow Mr Average and work those extra hours to pay your expensive bills!
  2. Follow Mr Smart by entering your postcode on the right, and switch to a cheaper energy deal. Then keep the extra money for yourself instead of giving it to your supplier!

If you would like to use the calculator again, please refresh this page.

The figures in the calculator are approximate. You should compare your prices with an online comparison site for accurate quotes!

The popup calculator is based on Mr Average being a typical energy consumer who has not switched to a cheaper online tariff in the last 12 months. Only 17% of energy consumers are currently making savings on their energy bills. This is due to public perception and reluctance to switch energy supplier. The aim of this calculator is to help you understand how important it is for you to keep up to date with the cheapest online deals for your gas and electricity!

Ps’ Sorry we didn’t include all the other possible titles in this posting. It was just a bit tidier to use Mr.

1 Comments

  • Christine Coe (#)
    October 8th, 2012

    I have already changed to EDF and been told by all the comparison websites that this is my best option.

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