Noddle secures the cheapest energy deal in the UK since 2010
Noddle the free for life credit report service has secured the UK’s cheapest gas and electricity tariffs through a collective, saving consumers an average of £429 a year, with the Big Noddle Energy Switch.
Noddle, which is provided by Callcredit Information Group, launched its ‘Big Noddle Energy Switch campaign’ in February with the aim to help consumers save money on their energy bills. The tariffs they have secured with the help of energyhelpline.com on average came out at £876* a year beating all recent collectives and all other tariffs in the market.
The savings come at a time when the Big Six utility providers are under pressure to realise savings to the consumer and the government is doing all it can to help ‘reform the market’ so that there are more suppliers, more competition, and a much faster and simpler process to switch. Consumers are able to access the exclusive tariff by registering for free at www.energyhelpline.com/bignoddleswitch
Jacqueline Dewey, Managing Director of Callcredit Consumer Markets said: “We’re delighted to announce the savings we have secured by using the collective buying power of those that signed up to our Big Noddle Energy Switch. Noddle’s philosophy is empowering the consumer to take control of their finances and this is why we originally launched our free for life credit report service. Now we’re taking it a step further and looking at other ways we can help consumers save money, one of which is by moving off of expensive energy tariffs and switching to a much better deal for them.”
Alastair Gough of energyhelpline said: “The tariffs Noddle has secured are fantastically cheap and only available through us for another week, then they are gone. They are even available to customers already with that supplier. So for just a few minutes at the computer or speaking with an energy advisor, households could save £429.”
*The winning tariffs cost £876 a year for gas and standard electricity at average usage paying by monthly direct debit. The last time a tariff was so cheap was in November 2010. Average usage for a UK home is defined by OFGEM as 13,500kWh pa of gas and 3,200 kWh pa of standard electricity.