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By: John Rowlinson - Updated: 25 Aug 2010 | comments*Discuss
 
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Confused by comparing, switching, bundling and all the other aspects of buying utilities in this modern age?

The days when we simply got electricity from the electricity board and gas from the gas man are long gone. On the one hand we have been liberated from government owned monopoly suppliers and on the other we now have the chore of selecting the best suppliers for all our utilities from a whole raft of different companies.

There's no really easy way to tell a reputable supplier from a fly-by-night company that's just set up five minutes ago to exploit the liberation of the utility markets.

On UtilityCharges you'll find information about all the key utilities. We cover the history behind the great sell-off that started in the 1980s and the moves that were made to allow consumers to choose their suppliers.

We go through the different options available for each market to make choices as clear as possible.

We explain 'bundling', the bunching together of different utilities under one umbrella. We look at the dual nature of those arrangements: the benefit of only having one bill and one payment against the problem of being tied in to one supplier, making it difficult to switch for better rates.

Importantly, we offer this advice completely impartially. Utility Charges is not backed by any utility supplier or another company involved in the utilities sector.

We really want to help spread the word and if you can help by linking to UtilityCharges then we really appreciate your help.

For a short text based link you could simply cut and paste the following code into your page:

It will appear on your page looking something like:

UtilityCharges.co.uk - explaining your fuel, water, council tax and phone charges

Or alternatively:

Which will appear looking like:

UtilityCharges.co.uk:

Confused by comparing, switching, bundling and all the other aspects of buying utilities in this modern age?

The days when we simply got electricity from the electricity board and gas from the gas man are long gone. On the one hand we have been liberated from government owned monopoly suppliers and on the other we now have the chore of selecting the best suppliers for all our utilities from a whole raft of different companies.

There's no really easy way to tell a reputable supplier from a fly-by-night company that's just set up five minutes ago to exploit the liberation of the utility markets.

On UtilityCharges you'll find information about all the key utilities. We cover the history behind the great sell-off that started in the 1980s and the moves that were made to allow consumers to choose their suppliers.

We go through the different options available for each market to make choices as clear as possible.

We explain 'bundling', the bunching together of different utilities under one umbrella. We look at the dual nature of those arrangements: the benefit of only having one bill and one payment against the problem of being tied in to one supplier, making it difficult to switch for better rates.

Importantly, we offer this advice completely impartially. Utility Charges is not backed by any utility supplier or another company involved in the utilities sector.

If you have any questions please let us know.

Thanks

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