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This guide was originally published on the 12th, March 2018.
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To ensure that you are not paying too much money for energy, consider comparing your energy plan every six months or so.
If your fixed-contract has or is close to lapsing, then consider comparing energy rates to see if there is a better offer for you.
Otherwise, if your energy provider notifies you of a rates change to your energy plan, then you should also compare your plan to the other offers in the market to see if you can save money.
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