Have you been affected by British Gas price hike?
Like dominoes made of customers' cash, the big energy firms all start hiking prices one after the other.
First, we had E.on, EDF Energy, Npower and now...drum roll please...British Gas. Wehey!
That's right, yet another big firm has decided that it wants more of your money, what a surprise.
British Gas customers will be hit with price hikes of £117 a year - or 10% - from April 1st.
A staggering 3.5million customers face average price hikes of £117 a year, with bills rising from an average of £1,137 to £1,254.
And prepayment meter customers will see bills rise by 9% - or £106 a year - taking the average annual tariff price from £1,136 to £1,242.
And who do we have to thank for this?
Well, that would be Ofgem, of course, the government's energy, electricity and gas regulator.
Ofgem increased the price cap for energy firms, meaning some 11 million households that are are on default, or standard variable tariffs, and are set to be affected.
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