In a big win for our customers (who have requested Water support from the get-go!), automatic bill collection is now supported for Thames Water, whilst for all other Water providers, you can now contribute data, key contract information and upload bills and documents. This addition reflects a growing demand from customers to be able to supplement automatic bill collection with … Read More
At Onedox, we are on a mission to help consumers take control of their household bills and information. We want people to feel relaxed and in control, whilst not having to waste time and money that would be better spent elsewhere in their lives. Whilst legislation such as GDPR represents progress towards a framework for empowering consumers with their own … Read More
In this Observer opinion piece, David Mitchell rightly points out the incredible dysfunctionality of the UK energy system: “…the fact that the largest operators in the domestic energy marketplace offer some of the highest tariffs is a lovely demonstration that the forces of market competition aren’t functioning. …to research who’s offering the best price, go through the admin hassle … Read More
You’ve just bought a new mobile phone. It’s the most precious thing in the world to you right now. So do you immediately get mobile phone insurance…or maybe not? It all depends on a few key factors… Mobile phone insurance makes sense for those of us who tend to lose phones, crack them, drop them or have the bad luck … Read More
Onedox‘s David Sheridan talks to startups.co.uk about what he’s learned from the world of fundraising a start-up, when to start getting ready, how to prepare and what on earth is involved. Read the full article below and here. This summer, Onedox, the household admin solving company I co-founded with two others completed its first external investment round. Through a combination of … Read More
What exactly are “available savings”? When using a price comparison site to see if you can save money on your energy bills, the way in which the calculation works can be very unclear. If the results suggest you have available savings of say, £200 by switching to a new deal, that does not necessarily mean your bills will fall. … Read More
Today’s news that Theresa May is under pressure to act on consumer energy prices represents the latest round in a series of finger pointing without any benefit being delivered to consumers. In the context of UK energy prices at historic highs of £1,0961 per year, it’s more important than ever for consumers to ensure they take action themselves, by moving … Read More
John Penrose, MP, told the House of Commons on 16th March that the big six energy firms are treating customers like “chumps” by automatically moving them to more expensive standard tariffs once their fixed term deals end. Rather than having their loyalty rewarded, he suggested that they pay [hundreds of pounds] more for staying with the same supplier. A motion … Read More
2017 is getting off to an expensive start for many… as major gas & electricity suppliers have announced price increases that affect 12.1 million UK households!
These increases are to what are known as the “standard variable rate” tariffs which are already some of the worst deals available.
They affect customers of British Gas, E.ON, EDF, nPower, Scottish Power, SSE, First Utility and Co-operative Energy.
And, with these recently announced price hikes, they are set to get far worse… with the prize for worst increases so far going to npower with a 15% increase for electricity!
To beat the hikes you need to switch energy deal which only takes a few minutes thanks to the revolutionary Onedox app.
Using your phone abroad in Europe this summer will be massively cheaper than before April 30th, 2016 represents a momentous date for British tourists holidaying in Europe. After this date, Brits can holiday in Europe safe in the knowledge that when we return home, the memories and relaxation of a lovely holiday won’t be ruined by a letter from our … Read More
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