Northern Ireland Electricity puts prices up again!!

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by spike7451, Sep 25, 2008.

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  1. spike7451

    spike7451 RIP

    So today I get home to find a letter from Northern Ireland Electricity announcing that at the end of the month,they are putting up the prices by ANOTHER 33.3%!!!!!!!That will ADD an average of £3.81 A WEEK to a normal electricity bill! That's nearly £16.00 a :rant: MONTH EXTRA!! And as it's coming into winter,that's gonna be around £70 a month on electric & heating (economy 7)
    So that's a 47% increase in my electricity bill in the past 2 months!!!
    W******!!!!!

    Bunch of thieving,money grabbing barstewards!!
     
  2. The joys of capitalism Spike. It friggin stinks alright tho. Don't seem to be much good news these days with regards to fuel and energy pricing. Less so here than elsewhere in the UK, where nominally at least customers have the choice of more than one provider. With our "neighbour" now officially in recession the immediate future of the economy here doesn't look too rosey either. But on the bright side, it puts the notion of a united Ireland back another few years at least :wink: