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Monva helps you compare Electricity only tariffs and find the right deal for you.Compare Electricity
Comparing energy tariffs with Monva takes just a few minutes. Using our chatbot Mo, we'll take the important information needed to find you a great deal and find you the cheapest energy tariff available.
Once you’ve confirmed your energy switch, there’s a 14-day cooling-off period. In this time you can cancel your switch if you change your mind.
To change provider, you’ll just need:
- Your address details
- A recent energy bill which includes details of your annual electric and/or gas usage
- Your bank details, if you want to pay by direct debit
Monva provides a free gas and electricity comparison service. Once you’ve searched for cheap energy deals and confirmed your switch, your new energy supplier will contact your old supplier and agree a switching date.
Your new supplier may also get in touch with you around the time of the switch to ask for a meter reading. They pass this on to your old supplier, so they can send you a final bill.
Under the Energy Switch Guarantee, you’ll be switched to your new cheap energy deal within 21 days.
In total 21 domestic suppliers have ceased trading in recent months, now impacting over 3.7 million customers.
Whilst there are many ways you can reduce your bills by reducing your energy consumption, it also pays to be aware of the government schemes available to you.
This offer was withdrawn 19/01/2021
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