E.ON Has Responded To The Energy Needs Of Low-Income Households, Says CAB | Welfare Weekly

If Citizens Advice supports this, then it must be a good thing.

Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) has warmly welcomed the introduction of a ‘Smart Pre-Pay option’ by energy giant E.ON.

Smart pre-pay offers prepayment customers the option of alternative ways to top up and the same monthly prices that direct debit customers pay.

E.ON has launched a Smart prepayment meter pilot, with ‘Smart Pay As You Go’ being made available to 30,000 eligible E.ON customers in 2015.

According to E.ON, Smart prepayment customers could save up to £104 per year by switching to the cheapest tariff available.

Source: E.ON Has Responded To The Energy Needs Of Low-Income Households, Says CAB | Welfare Weekly

1 thought on “E.ON Has Responded To The Energy Needs Of Low-Income Households, Says CAB | Welfare Weekly

  1. Florence

    About bloody time. We see “energy banks” being set up along side food banks, as the issue of fuel poverty is huge. What’s been missing? Any political pressure for leveling the tariff paid on pre-payment meters.

    Why have they done this? It must be because they see more & more moving onto pre-payment as the cuts/ economic slow down / deflation kicks in, growing the ranks of those in poverty. There is a commercial reason, not some bleeding heart at work here.

Comments are closed.