Translink Fares Increase of 1.6% is an average - Some fares are increasing, some remain the same and others are reducing.
The Consumer Council is informing former Open Electric customers that they now have the opportunity to switch electricity supplier after they were automatically transferred to Power NI as part of the Supplier of Last Resort process, when the company ceased trading on the 18 December 2016.
Consumer Council drop-in information session at Draperstown Library
Consumer Council postal top tips
Consumer Council advises Open Electric Customers that their electricity supply is unaffected.
Potential Industrial Action to Affect Six Post Offices next week
The European Consumer Centre (ECC) Ireland, in conjunction with the Consumer Council for Northern Ireland, has today [Wednesday, December 14th 2016] launched a new report which found that despite EU legislation designed to prevent discrimination based on nationality and place of residence, some traders restrict consumers’ access to services.
Danske Bank to close two branches in Belfast - Antrim Road and Connswater.
The Consumer Council is encouraging households to check if they are on the best deal for their electricity. This follows Budget Energy’s decision to remove, or reduce, discounts on some of their existing tariffs.
The Consumer Council has been named as a finalist in the UK Complaints Handling Awards 2017, which recognise and reward outstanding achievement in complaint handling.
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