Flogas Natural Gas reveals new cheapest gas tariff
New 20% Direct Debit Discount will see Flogas become the cheapest gas supplier on average in Ireland
Flogas Natural Gas has announced the launch of a special New Year’s offer which will see a 20% discount off the cost of the suppliers standard gas unit rate. Available to new customers only, the new 20% Direct Debit Discount tariff will come into effect on January 1st 2015.
With the introduction of this new discount, Flogas Natural Gas will re-establish its position as the cheapest natural gas supplier in the domestic market.
New customers who opt to switch, will benefit from a 20% discount on its standard gas unit rate, which will see the average customer pay €835 in their first year.
This represents an annual saving of €150 on the suppliers standard gas unit rate. To avail of the offer, new customers will need to enter into a 12 month agreement with Flogas Natural Gas and will be required to pay by Direct Debit.
The offer will be available for a limited period only and is due to end on the 28th of February 2015.
Who is the cheapest gas supplier on average?
Here is the table of the cheapest gas tariffs available based on the national average consumption. According to the Energy Regulator (CER), the average Irish household uses 13,800 kW/h of gas per year. Prices include Carbon Tax & 13.5% VAT. Rates correct as at 31 December 2014.
John Rooney, managing director Flogas said, “Our special New Year’s 20% offer is a strong incentive for residential natural gas users to make the change and take full advantage of reduced fuel bills in January and February, usually two of the coldest months of the year.”
New customers will be able to compare and switch to Flogas Natural Gas 20% Direct Debit Discount tariff via Switcher.ie from 1 January 2015. Switching is easy - with no changeover costs or disruption to current natural gas supply incurred and new customers who opt to switch can continue to use their existing natural gas meter.
About Flogas Natural Gas
The supplier has been providing natural gas via the existing natural gas pipeline to the residential sector since 2004. According to the latest change of supplier report from the CER, the company has an estimated 7.8% of the domestic natural gas market in Ireland.
The introduction of this new 20% discount tariff will come as welcome news for natural gas customers, and should help the supplier to entice a wave of new customers to switch to its gas supply service in early 2015.