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EDF Energy launches Blue+Price Freeeeze

EDF Energy launches Blue+Price Freeeeze

Category: Utilities

Updated: 13/12/2016
First Published: 05/07/2013

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EDF Energy is offering customers the chance to fix their energy tariff until at least November 2016 with the added convenience of incurring no fee if they decide to move to another provider.

According to the supplier, the new tariff offers customers the longest fixed-price energy deal, whilst also providing them with the peace of mind that costs will remain consistent for the next three years.

Based on the current national average energy price, split by region, customers who opt for the Blue+Price Freeeeze November 2016 would pay around £1,350 per year by Direct Debit.

The Blue+Price Promise September 2014 has also been launched by EDF Energy, available to customers who want to fix their prices for a shorter time period. The tariff offers a fixed price for 15 months.

The Price Promise is also included with this tariff. This price guarantee informs customers if another energy company offers a tariff which is more than £1 a week cheaper (£52 a year) at typical consumption.

Martin Lawrence, managing director of Energy Sourcing and Customer Supply, said EDF was reacting to consumers' concerns about energy price increases.

"We know that many of our customers are worried about future price rises," he said. "Blue+Price Freeeeze November 2016 gives consumers peace of mind that their energy bills won't increase for three winters. And for those who are looking for a shorter fix Blue+Price Promise September 2014 offers excellent value.

"Both tariffs leave consumers well and truly in control. There are no catches and they have the flexibility to leave for free at any point if they find a cheaper deal."

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