Tonik Energy | Electricity, gas and dual fuel tariffs
Find out more about Tonik with our useful guide.
Tonik Energy make some pretty bold claims. The Birmingham based energy company says it wants to ‘halve your energy bills by 2020’, while calling itself the smartphone of the energy industry.
Tonik’s main mission is to change the way we use energy by using technology to reduce how much we waste.
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Is Tonik cheap?
Something to remember
There is no single cheapest energy supplier out there, only the cheapest provider for you and your usage requirements. If it gets confusing, you can always come back and consult finder.com’s energy pages and guides!
Is Tonik green?
Tonik is yet to release information about its exact fuel mix, but the supplier’s energy is 100% renewable, so it’s safe to say it’s a green choice.
Can I get a smart meter with Tonik?
Tonik doesn’t appear to have started their smart meter rollout, but as a company that prides itself on technology it’s likely to embrace the new technology soon.
How do I contact Tonik?
Tonik has just one contact number: 0333 344 2686
How do I make a complaint to Tonik?
It comes with the territory. If a boiler breaks or the electricity goes out, people don’t tend to be too happy!
With Tonik, you have the following options for registering a complaint:
- Call Tonik at 0333 344 2686
- Email email@example.com
- Send a letter to Tonik Energy, Lombard House, 145 Great Charles Street, Birmingham, B3 3LP
Of course, make sure to Google around or visit Tonik’s website to see if someone might have already had the same problem you’re having!
What is a 'dual fuel' tariff?
With one of these tariffs you’ll get both your gas and electricity from the same supplier. This makes life a lot easier. There’s one bill, one direct debit, one number to call if you need to speak to someone. A dual fuel tariff could save you money, but it’s not necessarily the cheapest option.
In some cases, it’s still cheaper to have your gas and electricity provided by separate suppliers.
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