Question by Andy S: Anyone else have their Amigo Energy bill more than double in the last 3 months?
In March, our rate was 11 cents per kilowatt hour. In June, it jumped up to 24 cents. Told them to put down the crack pipe and switched providers. We had been with them for 2 years and other than an occasional billing issue (no bill received or payment lost in their online payment system), we were fairly pleased.
Answer by hsrch I have heard comments from Amigo customers regarding their variable rate contracts. Amigo may be OK as a fixed-rate provider but not a a variable-rate one.
Question by Jayme: Electricity deposit up front or with first months bill?
I signed up for electricity with Bounce energy and then cancelled it. Now it won’t let me sign up because I had already entered my information. Their service hours dont open again until Monday, and if I order it can still be turned on that day I just cant afford the deposit immediately due to other moving costs so my question is, does anyone know if I have to pay the deposit up front or can it be billed with my first months bill?
Answer by Yirmiyahu Deposit must be paid up front.