What is the cost of a unit of electricity?

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The cost of a unit of electricity usually depends on your supplier and any special discount schemes. It often costs between 4 pence and 12 pence. You can get the exact amount per unit from your electricity supplier.
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The cost you pay per unit, this may be anywhere between 4p and 12p depending upon your supplier and any special discount schemes. But you can get the exact amount per unit from your electricity bill.
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