Energy supplier Ovo has slashed the price of its cheapest tariff by around £50/year.
The recently-launched firm has cut prices of its dual fuel tariff 'New Energy Plan' to £921/year for the average family.
The deal is fixed for a year which means the price per unit of energy cannot rise or fall.
Price comparison site Energyhelpline.com says it now tops the online tables ahead of previous front-runner First Utility.
Both are well ahead of big six energy giants (see the Cheap Gas & Electricity guide).
However, if you cancel the contract before the 12-months is up you'll get a £60 exit fee.
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Further reading/Key links
- Slash energy costs:
- Capped tariff ending soon?