npower Price Protector Energy Plan

With many worrying over their bills as energy prices rise, have you seen Price Protector from npower, their capped energy tariff, now called GoFix April 2014.

Update 19 February 2013

npower has launched GoFix April 2014 which replaces the previous Price Protector March 2014

Fixed energy prices until 30th April 2014 by managing your account online and paying by monthly Direct Debit

Your Gas and Electricity prices will be fixed at the rate when you sign-up, giving you the comfort of knowing that you won’t see any price rises before 30th April 2014.

To take advantage of this you’ll need to pay for your energy by monthly Direct Debit. You’ll also need to move to paperless bills and register for My npower where you’ll be able to view your bills and make payments, provide meter readings and request text alerts.

You could also receive up to £100 annual discount, by paying for both fuels by Direct Debit.

Go Fix April 2014 is available to both new and existing customers.
Unfortunately however, it’s not available for customers with Prepayment Meters or those with multi rate meters such as off peak or super tariff.

Terms and conditions apply

Find out more on the npower website.

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Price Protector is npower’s capped tariff that’s designed for new customers taking gas and electricity and paying by direct debit.

It offers the opportunity to cap your energy prices so they won’t rise above their current level until July 2012!

Plus paying by Direct Debit for both your gas and electricity means you’ll also receive a discount of £100 when you’ve paid this way continuously for 12 months… Switch today at

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If this energy plan isn’t for you, npower do have a number of other tariffs that may better suit you, including their Football 45 and Go Save plans.

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