Many people stay with original suppliers because they are afraid of change. On the one hand, it’s good. Sellers are very persistent and claim that you save with their offer. But often this is not true.
Therefore, do not wait until the retailer knocks on your door and you are more interested in switching.
The Internet is a great helper
Get started with Internet market research. Check out energy price comparators to see who offers the best prices.
However, do not rely on just one website. It could happen that its operator cooperates with a particular supplier, and as a result, its offer in the “independent” test better.
Beware of sanctions
In addition to the price, most comparators also offer information on whether the energy supplier charges fees and sanctions. This information is also important in your selection.
But don’t just rely on benchmarking data. Always check them in the terms and conditions of a particular company.
And now only the transcript remains
Did you choose a new supplier? Great! But first you have to log out of the old one. If you have an indefinite contract, you can terminate at any time. The three-month notice period runs from:
- on the first day of the following month,
- or from the first day of the following quarter.
It depends on your contract with your supplier.
If you have a fixed-term contract, you must terminate at least 3 months before the end of the contract. Otherwise your commitment would be automatically renewed.
Then make sure you reach your new supplier in time and negotiate a contract. It pays off – you can save up to several thousand crowns per year. It could happen that its operator cooperates with a particular supplier, and as a result, its offer in the “independent” test better.