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Switcher.ie is urging cash-strapped consumers not to let the fear of early exit penalties put them off seeking better deals on their household essentials. Despite potential penalties of up to Euro 300, new research shows that - in reality - very few people have been hit with these charges.
Electric Ireland has announced this morning that it will not follow in the footsteps of other energy suppliers by pledging to freeze prices this winter.
The second round of energy price rises shows no sign of letting up, with Energia announcing it will increase gas and electricity prices by an average of 5.9% from 01 January 2019.
SSE Airtricity has followed in the footsteps of three other suppliers, announcing today that it will raise electricity and gas prices for its customers by 6.3% and 6.9% respectively from 03 December 2018.
Despite two-thirds of Irish consumers (66%) saying they plan to switch at least one of their current service or utility providers in the next 12 months, 68% of people admit they never go through with the planned switch according to new research from Switcher.ie.
Pinergy has just announced that it is to increase its electricity prices by 7.89% from 7 November.