Have you been wondering about prepaid electricity? Maybe you’ve been curious about the difference between prepaid and postpaid electricity. We are here to help! Both the traditional postpaid route and newer prepaid electricity methods have very specific distinctions.
Read below for the key differences between prepaid and postpaid electricity in order to make the best choice for your budget and household needs.
Prepaid electricity is an option for those living in a deregulated area of Texas. A deregulated area is one in which residents have their choice of utility providers.
Now that we’ve given you a rundown of the key differences between the two types of plans, consider the advantages of a prepaid electricity plan.
Let’s get you signed up with affordable, dependable power today — with NO credit check, NO down payment, and NO deposit required!
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Disclaimer: © March 2021 PayGO Distributors, LLC. This is an advertisement for prepaid electric service from PayGO Distributors, LLC., an independent energy sales organization. Energy services are provided by Young Energy, LLC DBA Payless Power REP#10110 and Brooklet Energy Distribution, LLC DBAs Acacia Energy, Snap Energy Latino, and Now Power REP#10137. There is a minimum required payment to establish a connection. Call for more information on minimum required payments, balances, and specific terms of service and promotional details. Utility fees may also apply and may increase the total amount that you pay. Offers subject to termination or change without notice. Se habla Español.
* Rates quoted are at 2,000 kWh per the Electricity Facts Label for Oncor. Please check EFL for your effective rate.
** Order must be placed online before 4pm CST. Meter must not be subject to a switch hold.
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