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Master Geek
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Topic # 204888 21-Oct-2016 14:57
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Looking to sign up but noone in my circle seem to have heard of them!

 

Keen to get the $50 referal discount.


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  Reply # 1655781 21-Oct-2016 15:13
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Will PM someone that does.





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  Reply # 1655792 21-Oct-2016 15:25
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  Reply # 1655795 21-Oct-2016 15:26
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Yep I use Electric Kiwi, highly recommended. But I think someone arrived before me?

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  Reply # 1655820 21-Oct-2016 15:55
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Also a happy user, and since skewt was first in you should use that code.


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  Reply # 1655833 21-Oct-2016 16:00
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How are others "hour of power" savings going ?

I'm currently at 21% saved

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  Reply # 1655855 21-Oct-2016 16:23
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I'm saving about 70-100kW a month.

 

1940's Art Deco house so less insulation than new builds and down in tropical Dunedin - meaning that kW saving works out at about 10%.

 

I expect the % saved to increase of summer as my heating bill falls (but the absolute kW saved to remain flat)


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  Reply # 1678604 28-Nov-2016 07:59
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Since Moving to Electric Kiwi and energy online for gas from Mercury Energy our monthly bill totals just over $100.Family of five large 5 bedroom house with three bathrooms.Using free hour of power for the dishwasher,washing machine and heating saves lots at 9 pm every night.

 

Well worthwhile so far.


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Reply # 1678727 28-Nov-2016 11:36
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50% saving over the last 16 days.

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  Reply # 1882340 12-Oct-2017 10:37
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I switched over to Electric Kiwi after my power bills seemed to be getting higher and higher all the time. Really pleased with them. Price is good, service is good. No complaints at all. Did I mention they also give you an hour of free power a day? Glad I moved :)


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  Reply # 1882385 12-Oct-2017 11:39
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Locking this as it is turning into another referral spam thread. The first link is still active - if anyone wants to join use that.





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