Collective energy switching is a triumph for people power.
It allows households access to rock-bottom energy tariffs which aren’t available to the wider market, and best of all, it’s free to sign up.
Energy companies like it because it means they can get thousands of customers onto their books in one fell swoop. We like it because it can help people make some serious savings on their outgoings – and we think you’ll like it too.
Thousands of customers took part in our very own Gocollective switch earlier this year. It was such a success that we’re running another over the coming months.
But don’t just take our word for it – here’s why joining Gocollective might be one of the best decisions you make this year...
“I’m always comparing stuff online,” said retired builder Anthony Dunn of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, who lives with his wife. “It’s cheaper than the tariff we were on before – and the actual signing over process was easy – click and that’s it!”
Contrary to popular belief, switching energy supplier is a doddle – you won’t be left having to light your house with candles or endure cold baths during the process.
It’s just a case of inputting your usage and where you live, and you’re away.
There’s no obligation to switch
It’s totally free to register your interest in Gocollective. Just sign up, and we’ll be in touch when we’ve hammered out the best deal we possibly can with the energy companies.
Then, if the price is right and you’ve weighed up your choices you can switch.
You can sign up to multiple collective switching programmes at any one time, so you’re free to keep your options open.
You could save money
This is what it boils down to. Collective switching can get you access to choice deals which aren’t available on the wider energy marketplace.
So, registering for collective switching means that you can well and truly know you’re getting the best deal you possibly can.
SSE customer Martin O’Hara, a retired oil industry worker who lives on the Black Isle in Scotland, found that he could gain access to a tariff which he wouldn’t normally be offered when he signed up to Gocollective earlier this year. “Collective switches force the big six to see if they can do it better,” said O’Hara.
Customers could potentially save up to £277* a year by switching with Gocollective. So, isn’t it time you signed up?
*£277 savings calculation is for an average usage dual fuel household paying by monthly direct debit. The savings calculation compares the winning tariff against the average Big Six energy supplier’s dual fuel standard tariff also paying by monthly direct debit. Average usage is defined by Ofgem as 12,500 kWh pa of gas and 3,100 kWh pa of electricity. Correct as of 16/10/2015