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Pinergy has just announced that it is to increase its electricity prices by 7.89% from 7 November.
Panda Power has become the second energy company to announce a winter price hike for its customers. It is increasing its electricity and gas prices by 11.1% with effect from 5 November 2018.
Customers of Flogas have been dealt a blow today, with the supplier announcing that it is to increase its gas rates from 1 November.
New research from independent price comparison and switching service Switcher.ie shows that three in five consumers (60%) are satisfied with their home broadband speeds, a significant increase on last year (44%).
The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) has announced a decrease in the PSO levy for 2018/19. The levy is going down by 55%, which will mean a decrease of €50.52 (€57.34 incl. VAT) per year on consumers’ electricity bills.
Holiday season is well and truly upon us, but new research from Switcher.ie shows a lack of understanding of roaming charges and EU ‘Roam like at Home’ rules could leave some phone users facing significant mobile bills.