Xtras energy switch for Computerquote customers

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New Xtras collective energy switch offer - you could save up to £230* on your energy bills 

Your Xtras rewards give you access to exclusive energy savings through our collective switching partner iChoosr. Collective switching uses the bulk buying power of our customers to get a great deal on your energy bills. As many as 66% of UK consumers** are on standard variable tariffs at the mercy of further price rises, so switch now and lock in your savings for at least a year.

How does it work?

  • We group together all our customers interested in saving money on their energy bills and a range of large and independent suppliers bid for your business in a reverse auction
  • You are then presented with your personal energy offer from our switching partner iChoosr, detailing how much you can save. There is no commitment to switch until you have reviewed and accepted your offer

Register now 

Read our guide to the three simple things you need to switch energy providers

What savings can be made?

At the last group auction carried out by our switching partner iChoosr, the average annual saving acheived by those who switched was £230*.

Register to get a free illustration of how much you could save, with no commitment to switch You won’t find our collective switching tariffs on any of the comparison sites, but you’ll need to act now.

Register now 

What happens next?

After you have registered, we'll keep you informed every step of the way by email, and you will have plenty of time to consider whether the tariffs offered will be right for you.

Come together and with the power of collective action we can get a better deal for your energy costs.

*An average annual saving of £230 was achieved by switchers to the winning So Energy So Llama tariff at the previous energy reverse auction carried out by our collective switching partner iChoosr on 22/5/18.

**Around 66 per cent of all households are on standard variable tariffs, which are typically more expensive than fixed deals. From Ofgem report on standard variable tariffs 14/12/16.