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Confused with EON Energy tarrif can someone help

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happyfella
happyfella Community member Posts: 504 Pioneering
I have a message from EON for my electric. I am on a fixed tarrif which runs out in june. I am on the Fix Again 15 Months v7. I currently pay

£391.78

per year

£32.65

per month

Yearly energy use

1,929 kWh

Electricity


The messages i am receiving from them is asking if i want to change my tarrif but this is where it is confusing.


£485.17

per year

£40.43

per month

but it does not have a name for the new tariff and when i look into it, it says the following


About your electricity tariff

SupplierE.ON (E.ON Energy Solutions Limited)
Tariff nameE.ON EnergyPlan
Tariff typeVariable price
Payment methodFixed Monthly Direct Debit
Unit rateNormal 20.076p per kWh
Standing charge26.824p per day
Tariff ends onNo end date
Price guaranteed untilNot applicable
Exit fees (If you cancel the tariff before the end date)Not applicable


I am really confused. Can anyone please help. It says no end date which is confusing


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  • calcotti
    calcotti Community member Posts: 10,010 Disability Gamechanger
    edited February 2022
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    It says it’s a variable tariff therefore it doesn’t have an end date.

    Given that it’s more expensive than your existing fixed tariff there is clearly no sense in you switching (and seems irresponsible of them to even ask the question).
    Information I post is for England unless otherwise stated. Rules may be different in other parts of UK.
  • happyfella
    happyfella Community member Posts: 504 Pioneering
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    thank you for that.
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