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Do you know how much you’re paying for electricity? If you haven’t compared your electricity bills for 12 months or more, you could be paying too much.

Did you know over a third of Australians have never switched and are more likely to have stayed loyal to their gas and electricity retailers. Instead of discounts and freebies for your loyalty, you might be stuck on a plan costing you more than necessary.

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We compare electricity and gas retailers to help you find available deals in your area from our panel of energy providers where you can make an informed decision about your energy needs.
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About pirkx

pirkx provides a package of benefits and savings for individuals in order to extend their income spending potential and enhance their health and financial well being. pirkx is a pioneering force in the benefits market aimed specifically at all companies, associations and charities with contractors as well as employees. It was founded by a team with experience in the People Benefits industry, business owners and people working in the "Gig Economy".

The number of self employed workers in the UK is increasing. The so called "Gig Economy" is benefiting consumers through flexible and low cost services and gives organisations an opportunity to utilise non-permanent, on-demand talent to undertake work. However organisations need to recruit and retain the best talent and that's where pirkx comes in.

Happy workers means better retention of high value talent, which is great for everyone.

What is the Gig Economy?

In the gig economy, instead of a regular salary, workers get paid for the work "gigs" they do. In the UK it's estimated that five million people are employed in this capacity. This spans most industries including construction, legal, education, technology, retail and transport.

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