- Jun 16, 2020
Octopus are not ,in my case, taking into consideration the previous year where I ended up with in November of £1160 in Credit with Bulb, I reclaimed £500 and over the last 6 months have whittled down the credit. I fully wish to have enough credit to be able to keep my DD payments at about £300 all year, but also if power costs are variable then so should DD payments.
Swings and Roundabouts, which in Milton Keynes we know all about
You may find your payments get more sencible after things settle down with your new supplier. I just do my own calcunlations and set my monthly payments accordingly. Occasionally Octopus have suggested an ammout. My current credit is about £75. But has been £300.
To take OC’s suggestion of paying what it owed each month. Surely this should be eminently possible using smart meters with suppliers only taking the correct ammount on a varriable DD.