What is a good Electric Company in Dallas?

Question by Darius Jones: What is a good Electric Company in Dallas?

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Answer by John
There are a multitude of companies to choose from. I was confused when i moved here with it as back home there is only 1!!!

Use www.powertochoose.org and you can compare there…

I have been with Champion Energy Services for 2 years, and haven’t had any problems at all, plus good customer service. They have competitive rates, my bill hasn’t been over 100 bucks yet in this TX heat!

You can also get $ 25 off your first month bill with referral codes which is a plus!!!
If you decide to go with champion you can use this code MCHRISTIAN30333… They also are giving a $ 5 credit for signing up for E-Bill…

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does anyone in the dallas area use ignite (powered by stream energy) for their electric service?

Question by jhd128: does anyone in the dallas area use ignite (powered by stream energy) for their electric service?

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Answer by mattcoop2@sbcglobal.net
Yes.. about 18 monsth ago I signed a contract to purchase electricity at 12.9 cents per kwh. I am curious why you are asking… :o) my rate is pretty good because electriciy prices have gone up….

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In Texas (dallas area) does anybody have an alternative company to TXU?

Question by Jon C: In Texas (dallas area) does anybody have an alternative company to TXU?
Is it better? Cheaper? please describe it. I want to swith but i also want to make sure that it will be a good deal and not end up paying more.

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Answer by Dfwteddybear
This website will help you compare.

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Does anyone know the cheapest electric service I can sign up for my residence. I live in Dallas, TX?

Question by m h: Does anyone know the cheapest electric service I can sign up for my residence. I live in Dallas, TX?
I currently have Reliant energy but the pricing Im getting will expire on Aug 2, 2006 and will change to 13.9cents per KWH.

Thanks all.

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Answer by dfreshman
this website ought to help:

http://www.powertochoose.org/

Its geared towards choosing power in texas

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