Take control with Onedox

“What if there was a simple way to have visibility on all your household admin, that automatically filed your documents and made sure that you were always on the right tariff?”

The idea for Onedox was borne out of frustration from realising how much time and money is wasted in dealing with and overpaying for household utilities.

Whether it be having to figure out when your energy tariff is ending, if your £80/month TV and internet package that you don’t really use is good value or even figuring out when your MOT is due for renewal.

Whilst technology has made some aspects of household admin simpler, in other ways it has made life more complicated: rather than having all of your correspondence arriving in a single inbox (your letter box) instead you have to login to multiple websites or apps instead.

Price comparison sites can be a great tool to help see if you can get a better deal, but they require figuring out the magic numbers to put in and, more importantly, remembering to go and check at a time when you could actually change package.

We thought that there must be a better way…

What if there was a simple way that to have visibility on all your household admin, that automatically filed your documents and made sure that you were always on the right tariff?

What if you could get a helping hand transferring your utilities when moving home?

What if there was an easier way to split the cost of expenses with your fellow house sharers?

We realised that a revolution was needed, so we created Onedox.

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Leading the revolution

Onedox was founded in 2015 by three friends and former colleagues Dave, Rick and Hugh with the common goal of simplifying life and eliminating admin faff.

Richard Lewis

Richard Lewis

The Tech Ops Guy



Rick uses the money saved by Onedox on his DIY and electronics projects and inventions.


David Sheridan

David Sheridan

Commercial Guy, CEO



Thanks to Onedox, Dave spends more time and money with his family.


Hugh Nimmo-Smith

Hugh Nimmo-Smith

The Tech Dev Guy



Hugh uses the time saved by Onedox to do more running along the river Thames.