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# 205906 1-Dec-2016 23:31
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Slingshot are gearing up to enter the power + gas market in 2017.

 

They have a competition and signup page here

 

Stuff article

 

Wow.


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  # 1680998 2-Dec-2016 00:21
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I don't know about you but I like to choose the best company for the job. So I have five companies supplying my broadband, landline, mobile, electricity and gas. Is this out of fashioned or what?


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  # 1681024 2-Dec-2016 08:52
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Hi all,

 

We're really keen to find out what you are looking for in a (bundled) power provider.

 

We'll of course be putting power on the same bill, and build a feature-rich app and online portal to use, but what else are you looking for?

 

Everyday cheap prices, discount on broadband, sign up credit?

 

Cheers! Quentin





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  # 1681027 2-Dec-2016 08:57
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I believe if you want to be compelling you should use similar method as Flick, spot price + markup, and bundle your power connection with a free "power price monitor" - a thing you pug into a socket and it lights up in hues between green yellow and red depending on what the spot price is.

 

 

 

 


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  # 1682499 5-Dec-2016 13:49
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Disclaimer: I'm not a customer of any Vocus subsidiaries and my opinion of them is such that I am unlikely to be any time soon.

 

My initial thought was that I am decidedly not keen on the concept, but on contemplation I can see it being viable. I stick with Vodafone for one premises despite them sucking terrible, simply because for that site quality of service is less important than price. I can see the same logic working here. If you can tolerate the performance of Slingshot/Orcon, and it's economically advantageous then why not.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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