Compare, Switch and Save

Welcome to Switchit4u, where comparing is easy. Our service is independent and impartial. It’s all about saving you money. We list all the suppliers in the UK on our Energy calculator, giving you a true comparison; So don’t delay save today.

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Before you can make the switch?

Make sure that you leave yourself sufficient time to gather the key information before making your preference, as follows:

  1. Confirm the termination conditions of the contract you have with your current supplier.
  2. Gather some key information regarding your premises such as the supply number for Electricity Supply S - Number (also referred to as Meter Point Administration Number or MPAN for short).
  3. Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN for short) for gas together with your company name and address. All of this will be available from your current invoices.

Why Switch Supplier?

Customers can recognise which product is the best for them and switch if they want to get a better deal. This in turn encourages Business electricity and business gas companies to compete vigorously to keep hold of customers and attract new ones. It ensures that energy companies cut costs and innovate in order to offer products to meet customer's needs at low prices. If you do not switch supplier, the active switchers progress competition in the market, which in turn benefits all consumers including inactive consumers. In reality however, energy suppliers are unlikely to offer all existing customers the same benefits as new customers. Inactive customers are at risk of becoming a target for price discrimination by the suppliers.

What is a Contract Termination Notice?

All energy suppliers will require notice of termination. This can be anywhere between 28 days and 3 months. This notice of contract termination will need to be served within the required notice before the end of the contract duration, referred to as the contract expiry or renewal date. You as the client needs to proactively terminate your contract to avoid being rolled over onto prices detailed in the renewal notice sent by the supplier. Please be warned that some suppliers do not have to send a renewal notice before they roll you over onto what are usually much higher rates for another 12 to 24 months - so you need to act NOW!.

If you require any further information or advice terminating your current contract please do not hesitate to contact businessgasprices.com on 0208 702 0698(local rate).

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