Gloria Hunniford has been an Electric Ireland customer for fifteen years, and she wants everyone to know how the supplier has managed to keep her so happy for so long.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Gloria yesterday and I kicked off our conversation by asking her for her top savings tips for 2017.
Gloria is a woman bursting with wisdom and wit and, across our wide-ranging conversation, she shared the following top tips for energy customers this year:
Gloria has been an Electric Ireland customer for over fifteen years and she told me that the key to her staying happy for all these years has been the “long-term value and loyalty” she has received from her supplier.
Last May, Electric Ireland announced an 8.5% loyalty discount for all existing dual fuel customers who sign up for direct debit and ebilling, which amounts to a saving of €141 a year for those with average consumption.
If you’re an Electric Ireland customer on standard rates and already have direct debit and ebilling in place, you can get the 8.5% discount too. And if you only get one fuel from Electric Ireland, you aren't left out - you can get a 5.5% loyalty discount.
At bonkers.ie, we’re passionate about helping customers to find the energy deal that’s best for them and it was great to hear just how happy Gloria is with Electric Ireland.
With retention offers and new customer discounts more competitive than ever, nobody should be paying standard rates for their gas and electricity these days.
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