Yes, you can still use our Pick Me A Tariff tools if you have a smart meter installed.
Some with the first generation of smart meters may see their meters become 'dumb' when they switch supplier, but don't worry, it just means you'll have to take manual meter readings and send them to your supplier.
What's more, there's a fix for these meters on the way, so any that do go 'dumb' – and stop sending automatic meter readings – will regain their smart functionality (though we don't know when this will happen). No engineer visit will be needed for this.
If you have newer SMETS 2 meters, they should continue to work as normal after a switch.
See Smart Meters for more on how they work.
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