Fourth big six supplier says it will cut prices by 5.1%
npower today became the fourth in line to announce that it would reduce the cost of its standard plans in the wake of declining gas prices. The saving will be to the tune of 5. 1% — or roughly £35 a year for the average household — and will take effect 16 February. Acquiescing to demand As with E. ON, British Gas and ScottishPower before it, npower has noted that it is because...
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