SSE yet another to announce price rices

From 1st April SSE will charge customers the limit of the cap.

By Matt Maynard · 23rd February 2021

SSE customers on standard variable tariffs and prepayment tariffs will be charged higher prices from 1st April. 

The energy supplier has raised the cost of its default tariff to £1,137.15. 

Customers can protect themselves from the price rises by switching to a fixed tariff with a set price per unit cost. 

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