So my 2 year fix is about to come to an end. I was going to look elsewhere given that Ovo is no longer a cheaper option, and my smart meter experience was a disaster. But I know in the current climate it’s probably best just to roll onto the standard variable tarrif for now, let the markets settle and use the protection of the government’s price cap to keep costs as low as possible.
Imagine my surprise when I logged on to find the ONLY tarrif I was being offered was a 2-year fix at £174/month. Now given that Ovo knows my energy usage - low - I’m £200 in credit , and having raised my DD once this year you are talking about reducing it now, even as we approach winter, the obvious question:
Why on earth would I swap to a 2 year fix - I won’t make that mistake again with Ovo - and where are the details for your standard variable tarrif? It’s almost like you are trying to force me onto another eye wateringly expensive tarrif.
A quick look on the Bulb forum shows this is exactly what Bulb started doing early summer ...
Best answer by Jess_OVOView original