Free home energy monitor from nPower

Here’s an exclusive offer of a free home energy monitor from nPower with their Go Fix energy plan.

nPower energy planThe nPower Go Fix energy plan is for your electricity and/or gas and has fixed prices until the end of 2010.

It’s only available online and is exclusively for customers paying by monthly Direct Debit.

For a limited time switch energy supplier to nPower and get a  FREE Home Energy Monitor – the usual price is £39.95.

You can compare nPower energy plan prices on their website and see how much of a saving you could make by switching.

With nPower online you can benefit from great online energy rates. You can manage your account online, viewing and paying your bills when it suits. It also means you save paper and help protect the environment.

Features of the Home Energy Monitor are:

  • Check and monitor how much energy you are using in real time
  • See what your electricity is costing you in Pounds and Pence
  • See an instant response when you turn on an appliance how much energy your appliances are using
  • Compare your usage from one day to the next

How to claim your Home Energy Monitor:
Switch your energy supply to npower online.

Once your energy supply with npower commences, you will be sent an email to which you’ll need to respond and confirm that you still want to receive your FREE energy monitor.

Subject to terms and conditions:

Maximum of 1 monitor per household. Offer to residents of Great Britain only (not Northern Ireland). This offer is subject to availability. Monitors will be distributed on a first come first served basis. There will be no alternative or cash offer. You will be sent an email once your supply with npower commences to which you will need to respond and confirm that you still wish to receive this offer. Your personal details will be used for cross checking for Ofgem compliance and may be used for marketing purposes. By accepting this npower home energy monitor you agree to receive survey’s from us about your usage of the device.

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