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What is the Fixed Price of the Regulated Market?

It is a price set by Reference Reseller Companies and you can find out what it is beforehand. Once contracted it is fixed for 12 months. 

This price may be more expensive but you know the price you are paying, so changes in your bill will depend only on how much you use. 

 After the 12-month period the price may vary and to renew it you need to apply for it again. The Fixed Price of all Reference Reseller Companies is posted on the National Commission of Markets and Competition website. 

Thus this option means:

  • Contracting is more complicated.
  • Renewing is more complex. 
  • You have to keep the Fixed Price you choose for at least one year. You may be penalised if you ask to unsubscribe before the end of the year.
  • You cannot take out additional products or services during that year.

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