This isn’t great news about price rise, but it seems there’s not much point yet in checking with comparison websites because it’s the current price which is used, not the price it will be when it actually goes up - How on earth is it possible to get a true comparison in the meantime when the figures aren’t yet out in the public domain. Would be very helpful to know how to sort this out
...there's not much point yet in checking with comparison websites because it's the current price which is used, not the price it will be when it actually goes upWhich is surely the case for ALL the suppliers featured on a comparison website. Any one of them might be about to announce an increase - one can only take a snapshot at a given time.
@jenny687 all of the price comparison websites are now showing the new updated prices. Any member that joins us now will be on our new prices immediately. We’ve given our existing members 60 days so they have plenty of time to think things through.