Recently we have received a heap of advertising through the post for Energy Club NZ.
ELECTRICITY AT COST FOR A SMALL WEEKLY CLUB FEE is the tagline.
Is it really a club? Is it really electricity at cost? Well if you can look past the marketing fluff Energy Club NZ does looks like a good option for high power users and is a welcome addition to the retail market. Read on for the full details.
WARNING: I have received reports of massive price rises for Energy Club customers in 2019. Read blog post for full info.
Continue reading “Energy Club NZ Review – Is it a good deal?”
After three months with Flick Electric Co. as our power provider, it’s time to share our experience so far. Read on for the Flick Electric review! Continue reading “Flick Electric Co. – Experience So Far”
If you have just moved into a new property, you are likely interested to find what power company you are with. Or more accurately, who the previous occupants were with. It’s quick simple to find out who supplies power to your address if you know where to look.
You’ll need to quickly look up the Electricity Register to find your details.
Continue reading “How Do I Find My Power Retailer?”
Looking for a power retailer accepting bad credit? Or to sign up without the hassle of an invasive credit check?
Only a couple of years ago you would have been limited to the big players. Thankfully this is no longer the case.
The large retailer offerings are fairer, and there is a growing number of smaller, more nimble and often cheaper prepay companies to choose from. The market is increasingly focusing on better serving, rather than penalising, prepay customers.
Continue reading “5 Flexible Prepay Power Options without Credit Checks”
Until our recent move to test out Flick Electric Co. in January, we have had our home electricity with Energy Online for the past four years.
My Energy Online review would be that they are reliable, hassle free and generally cost effective with a couple of pricing tricks to watch out for.
Continue reading “Energy Online review – A solid, minimal-frills power company”