|Want to switch to a new energy supplier? With energyhelpline.com, the switching process is quick and easy. Firstly, we will help you compare ALL UK energy suppliers and find the plan that suits your needs. Then, we’ll take care of the entire switching process. You can sit back and enjoy the savings.|
When you switch with energyhelpline.com, we deal with the energy suppliers for you. Once you have chosen a gas and electricity plan that suits your needs, energyhelpline.com will look after the entire switching process.
We will send you an email confirming that you’ve switched energy suppliers and we will provide you with details about your new plan. Then, your new energy supplier will contact you to confirm the date that your switch will take effect. They will also inform your old energy company about your switch. The process normally takes 4 to 8 weeks. You will not experience a break in energy supply at any point.
The only time you need to deal with the energy suppliers is when you provide your new supplier with a meter reading, and if you paid your old supplier via Direct Debit, you should cancel it.
• Why switch energy suppliers?
• How long does it take to switch energy suppliers?
• What information do I need to switch energy suppliers?
You may be able to save hundreds of pounds by switching energy suppliers. The UK energy market is very competitive, so those who switch energy suppliers can make large savings. However, finding the best energy deal can be can be confusing and time-consuming. Fortunately, with energyhelpline.com, you can compare and switch energy suppliers in minutes.
In just a few minutes, you can compare energy prices and begin to switch energy suppliers. Then, you can sit back and let energyhelpline.com do everything. Within 6 – 8 weeks, the switch process will be complete and you’ll be billed by your new gas and electricity supplier.
You only require a few pieces of simple information to switch energy suppliers. So that we can help you compare energy suppliers, you will be asked for some basic details, like your postcode. If you have an energy bill handy, then you can input your exact energy usage. Otherwise, you can specify whether you are a low, medium or high-level user.
Then, when you switch energy suppliers, we will ask for some personal information such as your name and address, and then pass these details securely to your chosen provider.