Many providers allow you to move to a standard dual-fuel tariff without changing meter – they'll simply add your day and night readings together to get your total usage, then charge you a single rate for it.
To compare single-rate tariffs, answer 'no' to the 'Do you pay different rates for your electricity depending on the time of day you use it?' question when registering, or click 'Edit' in the ‘Your tariffs’ section of your Cheap Energy Club account and look for the 'Do you have an Economy 7 meter' question.
You may want to check whether the supplier you're switching to can add the two Economy 7 meter readings together first, as your application to switch could be rejected if not.
You can also check with your supplier if it'll replace your Economy 7 meter with a standard single-rate meter – many suppliers offer to do this for free.
For more info on Economy 7 and other time-of-use tariffs, see Is Economy 7 right for you?
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