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Indeed, the ancient analogue metres, namely those made of bakelite with a spinning disc, were capable of doing such a task.However, because every individual has a smart metre.The answer is negative.

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We have a conventional metre, as opposed to the outdated wheel type or a smart metre. It is a standard metre that requires payment via direct debit.

However, despite our monthly payment of £144, a skilled electrician acquaintance manipulated the metre to ensure that I am only legally charged for the use of my ceiling lights, oven and extractor fan in my main bathroom.

We are expecting a substantial refund from Scottish Power.

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However.
Energy corporations are doing thorough analyses on all individuals who lawfully pay for their energy use.
I get a substantial discount on my purchase since I acquired shares when it was advised for everyone to sell.
Upon the release of the yearly report, the revelations of the activities are quite astonishing.

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I own intelligent metres, but they exhibit a remarkable lack of intelligence.
The electric metre is linked to their network, while the gas metre is connected to the electric metre.

According to them, the gas metre has never sent a reading due to insufficient network strength, while the electric metre successfully connects and is the only metre that does so.

The most unfavourable experience I had was a monthly payment of £260, which I found exorbitant. Despite my persistent complaints, the amount was only adjusted to £278.

However, after my credit debt exceeded £3,000, they declined to provide me with a refund. Instead, they reduced my monthly payment to £56.

Currently, both metres are not functioning properly. The utility company requests readings from me, which I fail to provide. However, if I do provide the readings, they use it as a pretext to modify the direct debit arrangement.

My current fixed plan will expire later this year, and I want to switch to a monthly billing plan. I will pay the payment each month and continue with the same process in the following month.

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I am currently on a fixed tariff with British Gas and I do not have a smart metre. In my opinion, having a smart metre would be a futile effort. Instead, I just submit my metre readings on a monthly basis and get my bills accordingly. I currently have a positive balance on my account. During a brief conversation on the online messaging platform, it was suggested that I get a refund and have my monthly direct debit decreased to better align with my use.

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