Alternative Tariff

Alternative Tariff

In international commerce, a tariff that charges two or more rates for the same goods going to and from the same places. A rational shipper seeks to pay the lowest alternative tariff possible.
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Regulator Ofcom says a supplier is supposed to tell customers if they can save money by switching to an alternative tariff within the same company.
In response to the commission's order, PNM has also submitted three alternative tariff structures unbundling the cost of providing generation, transmission and distribution.
The preceding discussion leads us to the conclusion that if the computed EPRs do not correspond to policy objectives, then an alternative tariff structure will have to be formulated to attain the target EPRs for realising objectives of public policy.
Gain an understanding of alternative tariff formulations across a multiplicity of tariffing dimensions
In October, Vodafone introduced an alternative tariff called `LowCall', which offered reduced line rental costs with higher call charges, aimed at attracting non-business customers who make a low number of calls.
com/pricemanager) is a proven price-comparison and -impact tool for analysis that provides clients with a powerful means of comparing and analysing a wide variety of alternative tariff schemes.
Ten adjacent homes in a Townsville street are participating in the 12 month trial to test battery storage systems, home energy management systems and alternative tariffs which could shape the future of Ergon's network.
Insurers are looking for alternative tariffs, and rates based on individual data may make it tougher for consumers to compare prices.
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