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Let us find you the best deal on your utility bills
All you need to do to start saving on the costs of your business electricity and gas is to let us take a look at your latest electricity or gas bill.
Switching your supplier can take time and effort, but at Range Communications we remove that stress for you, saving you time and money.
Much like shopping around for cheaper car insurance, Range Communications provides a similar service but for your business electricity and gas requirements. Range Communications will build a relationship with your company and find out your exact requirements to create a bespoke utility supply package. We talk to all the major suppliers to source your business the cheapest electricity and gas prices, to save you money on your utility bills. We do this for you on an ongoing basis to ensure that you are always paying the best electricity and gas rates for your business and we never allow you to roll onto the higher prices once your deal expires. We can even fix prices in advance.
Currently prices are on the rise, working with us we recommend the best contract length to suit both your business and tariffs, to ensure you are always on the best tariffs in the market.
Call one of our specialists on 0115 871 8654
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Jesse Bhogal – Director at Di-Hi Versify Limited
Angela and her team are always on hand to help and assist. Nothing is too much trouble. They offer a wide range of options so I can choose the best bespoke package that suits me. I have upgraded my phone with Range Communications for over 10 years and would not go anywhere else. It’s not just the business mobiles that Angela helps me with. She’s on hand to answer any of my broadband queries and has recycled my old phones and IT equipment. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Angela and Range Communications to anyone.
I suddenly realised that my data was running out before the end of the month and I was unable to use data on my phone. One call for help to Range and they got to the bottom of the problem they worked out how much additional data I would need and removed the data cap so this wouldn’t happen again. I didn’t have to call a call centre and waste time on hold or discussing my business to a stranger Angela took care of that and as she knows us and how we work the problem was resolved quickly - thanks again Angela you’re a star!
Debbie Rimmington – Repton Security
Brilliant service from Angela Richardson and Range Communications - I asked for options for a new mobile on Friday, picked out a phone/tariff on Monday and they sent paperwork straight away, ordered it and it was delivered yesterday.
Phil Revill – Web Design and Digital Marketing Consultant at it’seeze Nottingham
All you need to do is send us copy of your current bills, we will send you a LOA (Letter Of Authority) to sign and we will source the best prices for you on your behalf.
We will usually reply within 24/48 hrs, however some large metres have to be priced on the day you want the contract to be signed, as the pricing is directly in relation to the pricing of the stock market on the day.
Range Communications can arrange the fitting of meters for our clients as required.
We go out to the major utility companies for pricing and select the top three best value. Contract lengths can be from one up to six years which enables the optimum benefits for your individual company’s needs.
Our utility service is completely impartial, meaning we’re getting the best deal for you and only you.
Energy bills fluctuate according to how much energy you use up. Although this is sometimes the case, your energy bills might also go up because:
- Your fixed price plan ended– A fixed price plan has the benefit of making sure that the price you pay doesn’t go up, however, these plans will end and you could be rolled on to a more costly plan.
- Your energy supplier has raised prices– If you’re on a standard variable or default tariff you’re energy supplier is legally allowed to raise their prices as and when they want.
- Your bills are estimated on estimated reader meetings– Make sure you’re getting charged from an accurate reading instead of an estimated one.
Once your fixed plan has ended, you can shop around for new energy suppliers that charge less. You may be able to save on a lot of money, especially if you haven’t changed provider for a while. All you have to do is get in touch with us at Range Communications, give us some quick information. It may even be possible to get a better deal with the provider you’re currently with.
If you’re currently paying on a suppliers standard or default tariff, you could be getting a better deal. If you’re currently on a fixed deal, it may be more beneficial for you to wait till your deal is over so you don’t have to pay for any leaving fee’s. If you’re not sure when your plan ends, don’t worry- get in touch with us and we’ll let you know if changing deals is the right and better option.
In a growing world, green energy suppliers have become more accessible. Most suppliers offer at least one renewable or green energy plan- we’ll find something for everyone.
Yes, you can, as long as you’re bills aren’t included in the rent. In a nutshell, if your name is on the utility bills, you have the right to get a new deal.
It is common to be a little in debt with your supplier as you may make payments based on estimated energy usage, so if you use up more energy than expected, you will owe a little money. You should be able to change suppliers with no problems as long as you haven’t owed them money for over 28 days or owe more than £500. If this isn’t the case, you’ll have to repay what you owe before switching to another supplier.
Once your old utility supplier has been notified of your switch, they will charge you a final bill and close your account. Therefore, there is no need to cancel your direct debit but if you want to go the extra mile, you can cancel the direct debit with your bank account.
A dual tariff is what most people decide to do, although you can compare gas prices and energy prices separately meaning you can have a different supplier for each.