npower have launched a new tariff in honour of the current World Cup tournament.
The company said its new Football Saver energy tariff will be seven per cent cheaper than its standard direct debit dual fuel deal until September next year, helping customers to save money on their energy bills.
In order to persuade consumers to switch energy deals, npower is offering customers moving to the Football Saver tariff £45 to spend on a football shirt at club shops across the country.
According to npower, the Football Saver tariff, which is being promoted by former player Dion Dublin, is the cheapest on the market where consumers do not have to sign up online.
British Gas is also attempting to persuade customers to switch energy suppliers with its new online tariff called Websaver 8, which works out to be £899 a year for a typical customer.
In a recent survey of energy suppliers by Which? npower was judged to be the worst energy company, with an overall customer score of 27 per cent.
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