Digital-only energy brand launch by British Gas: A new online-only energy brand has been launched by British Gas.

British Gas X is a new service to give customers dual fuel energy from British Gas, the brand will match your energy use by feeding green energy back into the grid and has been created especially for digitally switched on homeowners.

To join British Gas X customers need to pay by direct debit, be switching their gas and electricity at the same time,  and have a standard meter. The price is also at a guaranteed rate for one year.

On signing up, customers are being given a 14-day cooling-off period before their switch becomes active and they can manage their account details or their electricity and gas bills by visiting the dedicated website, which is supported by a web chat team.

Customers who have a smart meter can still choose British Gas X as their supplier – but they will need to submit their meter readings every month.

The online product is being trialled on a selection of third-party websites says the company.

Digital-only energy brand launch by British Gas

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