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Savings should be given to consumers

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I read in The Daily Courier recently that Fortis and BC Hydro will charge $18 and $35 per month, respectively, to customers who refuse to accept smart meters.
The letter writer asked why the price difference?
I would conclude from the above that the two companies are saving the same amount of money on customers who accepted the smart meters.
If so, shouldn't they give back to their customers the money that is saved by them? Or is it the same old story that trickle-down economics never work?
The pamphlet they left at my door said how good it's going to be for me saving money.
How and when?
Elias G. Phiniotis,
West Kelowna

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