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E.ON price changes

E.ON price changes

E.ON has announced a 5.1% price drop that took effect 1 February 2016

This most recent E.ON price change means the average E.ON dual-fuel, direct debit customer will see their annual energy bill go down by £32 on average.

Find out more about E.ON, including full price change history and where the average E.ON energy bill ranks amongst the big six on our E.ON Supplier guide page.

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In late January 2016, E.ON was the first of the big six to offer price cut for the year. Within a month, the rest of the big six — British Gas, SSE, npower, ScottishPower and EDF Energy — had announced cuts of their own.

This was the first price cut announcement from a big six energy supplier since August 2015, when British Gas announced their second price for that year.

At the same time as the price cut announcement, E.ON launched the cheapest fixed plan on the market, which was soon undercut by SSE. And though E.ON re-launched their plan at an even cheaper rate, both SSE and E.ON were in turn undercut by Extra Energy within the week.

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