Npower Sign Online 23 Discounted Tariff Options
The latest discounted tariff available from npower is version 23 of their popular “sign online” tariffs which provides discounts from their standard rates.
This tariff is no longer available – please search for current available options using the buttons above. If you are already an npower customer or have undertaken a comparison and want to stay on variable pricing then the npower sign online 23 tariff may be for you. This option provides a paltry 2% discount from their variable standard pricing and you must pay by monthly direct debit. You can of course manage your own account online – however there are cancellation charges if you leave early.
By paying by monthly direct debit you also receive additional discounts. Prices vary around the country by region so you’ll need to compare prices to ensure that you have accurate rates available and this is available for gas and electricity or both as a dual fuel option.
From the highest prices for customers in the UK you could save up to £458 by switching to this tariff.
Npower Sign Online 23 Tariff Features
Here are the main discounts and features of the sign online 23 tariff
- 2% discount from their standard tariff prices
- Variable pricing so rates can go up and down
- Discount applied until November 2012
- You must have paperless billing
- You must pay by monthly direct debit
- Cancellation fees apply if you opt out of this tariff within the contract period
Is sign online 23 a good deal ?
This will of course depend on where you live in the UK (because of regional pricing) and the current tariff you are on with your current supplier. Certainly if you are on a standard tariff and not paying by direct debit then any energy provider can offer you a better deal.
The best way to start is by comparing prices online (see the big buttons above and below this tariff summary) – you can also switch to the new tariff online if you find it’s right for your circumstances.
At the present time with wholesale prices fluctuating there aren’t so many good deals around – the best you can do is to sign up to one of these discounted rates or if you want to know what you are going to be paying over a longer term then investigate some of the fixed rate deals that are still on offer.
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