"Yellow" wrote in message
On Fri, 13 Oct 2017 15:02:12 +0100, Judith <***@hotmail.co.uk>
> On Thu, 12 Oct 2017 12:43:00 +0100, Yellow <***@none.com.invalid> wrote:
> >On Thu, 12 Oct 2017 07:31:24 +0100, Judith <***@hotmail.co.uk>
> >> On Thu, 12 Oct 2017 01:00:59 +0100, Yellow <***@none.com.invalid>
> >> wrote:
> >> >On Wed, 11 Oct 2017 23:54:34 +0100, Judith <***@hotmail.co.uk>
> >> >wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> On Wed, 11 Oct 2017 13:03:39 +0100, Yellow <***@none.com.invalid>
> >> >> wrote:
> >> >> Please explain why a very simple basic table could not be provided
> >> >> by all the
> >> >> different suppliers - using precisely the same format - for the most
> >> >> common
> >> >> plans/options which are used.
> >> >
> >> >You need to enter your postcode because prices are regional.
> >> Doesn't really matter: the minimum table is saying what a particular
> >> supplier
> >> will charge for a particular configuration, payment method, and usage
> >> over the
> >> country as an average.
> >Why do you want "average" information when you can have the correct
> Because many/most people do not know what their consumption is over a
> year. So
> define an average usage - and then use this to compare costs from
But as I have already told you, usage patterns can affect the price
people pay. At least EON give you the option of picking low, medium and
high user, as well as giving you the option of entering your own
And in case you are unaware - your yearly usage figures are sent to you
once a year by your supplier, so it is information we all have after the
first year of paying power bills.
So again, why do you want to give people the wrong information when they
can have the right information?
> >Put in your postcode, because energy prices are regional, click on a
> >couple of options and you will get a list of all the tariffs they have
> >available, a monthly and yearly estimate of cost together with a
> >detailed breakdown of how that comes about.
> >It is really really good and you should have a look rather than just
> >rejecting it out of hand because it solves the problem you are
> >complaining about. :-)
> I've had a look : when you say : "click on a couple of options" I assume
> mean selecting/click next etc ten or so times is "clicking on a couple of
> options" ie it is not as straight forward as you made out.
Don't be so over dramatic.
For example -
Put in a postcode, then click on dual fuel, then next, then medium
user, then next, then Direct Debit, then next, and then paperless
billing and then next.
So a postcode followed by 9 mouse clicks.
And you also have the option to put in your exact usage figures if you
> Also it did not
> give a choice of tariffs: just told me what was the cheapest they could
Perhaps there was only one tariff that met your criteria but when I did
the above I think I got 7 options.
> Just need to do that for all other suppliers now : unless of course there
> is a
> simple table that almost everybody will be able to follow in order to
> supplier A with supplier B etc.
If spending 5 minutes on each site is too much of a stretch for you,
then use a comparison site, at least to get you started.
You should know by now he is too thick to be able to do such a thing ...
How many times do you need to explain how to do it?????