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Extra costs for customers on prepayment meters to be scrapped in budget

Treasury says move will save four million households £45 a year on their energy bills

Prepayment meter customers will no longer be charged more to receive their energy under reforms to be announced in the budget.

The chancellor is to end the “prepayment premium” from July, saving more than four million households £45 a year on their energy bills, according to the Treasury.

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