Free E-On Energy Saving 'Power Down' Plug

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Save money on your electricity bill with a free 'Power Down' energy saving plug worth 18.

What's the deal?

You can order a free energy saving 'Power Down' plug through the E-On website.


The 'Power Down' plug can switch multiple appliances off rather than onto standby and usually costs 18.00 - but you can order one for free paying just 3 to cover postage and packaging.

How do I benefit?

To order your free plug simply enter your details on the E-On website and you should receive it within 28 days.

Due to the high demand for the 'Power Down' plug, the E-On website is currently experiencing some difficulties. You may need to reload the page or try again later.

Conditions

All plugs are subject to availability and are being given away for as long as stocks last.


Only 1 energy saving plug can be claimed per household.

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thank you for the offer regarding a free energy saving plug;amerry xmas .

by jamesmcnaughton, 8 Dec 2010

Hi, Have been using the Energy Saving plug for a while now but have had to scrap it as I encounteed problems. The problem being that the remote sensor had begun to act up and was switching on the tv and peripherals whenever the light in its area changed.ie opening the blinds in the morning, entering the room and putting a light on, walking past the telly and casting a shadow, all these actions would switch on the tv, which was causing problems apart from the fact we thought we had a poltergeist in the house. Good idea but be aware of this fault.

by Gagga, 23 Dec 2012

hi how do i rset my energy saving plug lost instuctions thanks

by elaine56, 11 Jan 2013
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