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Fury as energy giant Eon sends to customers to encourage them to turn their heating down 


Fury as energy giant Eon sends pairs of socks to customers to encourage them to turn their heating down

  • Customers slammed the marketing gimmick as insensitive and a waste of money
  • Eon said it was to motivate households to consider reducing carbon footprint
  • Energy bills are expected to soar by more than 50% to nearly £2,000 in April
  • Ovo also sparked outrage for suggesting people cut bills by cuddling their pets 

Energy giant Eon is facing a furious backlash after sending pairs of socks to customers to encourage them to turn their heating down.

The supplier said it was intended as a fun way to motivate households to consider how they can reduce their carbon footprint.

But with energy bills expected to soar by more than 50 per cent to nearly £2,000 in April, customers slammed the marketing gimmick as insensitive and a ‘waste of…



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