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Switch to the best energy tariff by phone

One quick call could save you £100s

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You can now compare energy tariffs and switch to the best deal over the phone, with the Which? Switch telephone switching service.

If you’re thinking about switching your energy supplier you can now call the Which? Switch independent energy comparison and switching service on 01992 822 867. The phone service is designed to help make switching energy suppliers an even smoother and easier process.

Which? Switch head of switching Alison Morrison, explains: ‘We realise that not everyone has internet access, and even if they do, some people may not feel comfortable switching their energy supplier online.

‘Our telephone service makes switching easy for everyone, and we hope that people who have never switched before – those who are likely to save the most cash – will try out our phone service this autumn.’

Switch now to save this winter

Alison advises: ‘Now is the ideal time to switch your energy provider to ensure you are on the cheapest deal before the cold months set in.

‘We’ve seen several cheaper tariffs being replaced by more expensive ones recently, so it’s important you take control of your energy bills now, to avoid unwelcome surprises when your winter bills arrive.’

Customers changing their energy suppliers via Which? Switch have enjoyed average annual savings of £263. To find out how much you could save, call the switching experts now on 01992 822 867.

How to switch by phone

All you need to switch by phone is a recent energy bill or an annual statement. The Which? Switch expert advisors will do the rest – explaining which are the cheapest deals available, helping you decide which best suits your home and managing the switching process for you.

To help you decide on a tariff, you can find how each energy supplier has been rated Which? members in the Which? Switch customer satisfaction survey. Plus, Which? Switch has rated each individual tariff – and you can find out how many stars a tariff gets before switching to it.

Lines are open from 8.30am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm on Saturday. For more information on switching energy suppliers, including step by step guides and advice on how to understand your bills, visit our energy advice hub.

Lower your gas and electricity bills

You can compare energy prices and switch to a new gas and electricity supplier on Which? Switch. People who switched with us between 1 October and 31 December 2013 are predicted to save an average of £234 a year on their bills.

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