Some providers such as E.On and Ovo have fixed tariffs that are set for a length of time rather than until a defined date. This is based on the date your switch completes. As providers don’t share with us the exact dates of your individual tariff, we estimate this based on your application date. But if this date doesn’t look right, you can update it by editing the details in your account.
Articles in this section
- Why is my direct debit higher when I switch in the winter?
- Should I go for a longer fix?
- I’ve never heard of this supplier – is it safe to switch to?
- I have solar panels - can I still switch my energy supply?
- I'm in debt with my supplier - can I still switch?
- My application to switch is still outstanding, what do I do?
- My existing supplier has offered me a cheaper deal. Should I stick with it?
- I live in Northern Ireland, why can't I switch?
- Can I switch if I've more than one electricity meter in my property?
- I'm supplied by an independent gas transporter (IGT), can I still switch?