E.on to push back its 30 June deadline for standard tariff customers to spend remaining points from its rewards scheme.
Customers could be stuck on pricier gas tariffs for an extra two to three weeks as industry IT system is switched over
Smaller energy firms still top for customer service, MSE poll finds - but the worst-ranked firms HAVE improved
Smaller energy firms continue to outperform the Big Six on customer service, a new MSE poll reveals
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Energy firms to cut average prepay prices next month to hit cap – but some customers will actually pay more
Many UK households which prepay for energy will see their bills drop from April while some will see increases
The 'big six' energy supplier has become the latest firm to hike bills for homes on standard variable tariffs
Ofgem is contacting major energy suppliers to check customers with fixes ending have been given correct exit fee info
Energy customers continue to receive incorrect info about the switching process by Big Six firms
About two million E.on customers will stop earning reward points at the end of March
British Gas and E.on freeze energy prices until March 2017 – but switching can still slash your bills
Two more big six suppliers have vowed not to raise prices on their standard variable tariffs until spring 2017
Cheapest deal has rocketed by £100 in 6mths. Standard prices are rising – save £200+/yr by locking in now
Customers who move to the cheapest energy tariffs are facing big price hikes once those deals end, research has found
Thousands more people have been affected by a mix-up between imperial and metric gas meters, Energy UK has revealed
Thousands of gas customers could be due a refund after E.on spotted a major flaw in the way some meters are read
Customers switching between certain energy suppliers will now benefit from 10 'commitments' guaranteeing them a smooth a
Labour MP Dawn Butler accuses the big six of lining their pockets by "taking money from the poorest customers" on prepay