Need a Texas Electric Provider with a Guaranteed No Deposit Requirement?

Bounce Energy is currently offering a “no deposit or low deposit plan” that will allow those with bad credit scores to qualify for a no or low deposit electric rate depending on credit score. The rate is a cheap Texas electric rate and many times cheaper than some of the bigger brand name electricity providers in the state.

If you are looking for a no deposit plan please use our compare tool at the top right of this page.

Compare Amigo With The Others

Amigo Energy has an updated electricity facts label on the www.powertochoose.org website. Their electric rate continues to be one of the lowest electric rates with pretty fare terms and agreements when comparing with some of the other discount electric providers in Texas. For instance, as of 9-12-2007 they have a 12 month rate at 10.7 cents kWh but if you add the $6.95 monthly customer charge you will be paying a rate of about 11.4 cents kWh cents. Because there is a $6.95 cent monthly base charge this would actually make the rate a little higher then Spark as they do not charge a monthly customer charge. Spark Energy which is offering a 10.3 cents kWh rate for 6 months and a 11 cents\kWh rate at 12 months has no monthly customer service charge. If you want to sign up with them you can click here and do it online immediately – Spark Energy 11 cents kWh | No Monthly Customer Service Charge | Very Low early termination fee | No Hidden Charges | No Deposit Under Most Situations

Amigo Energy Facts Label

Here it is, Amigo Energy’s Residential Electricity Facts label. The Facts Label is the equivalent of the nutrition label on the back of a can of food. It is really all you need to compare rates prior to signing a contract. They can’t mislead you on the facts label and then offer a different electric contract or they would be in serious trouble with the (PUC) Public Utility Commission.

Electricity Facts
Amigo Energy Services
Electronic Offer 12-mo Commitment Program featuring E-Billing and direct debit payments Rate Code: ONLINE-12
9/12/2007

Electricity
Price

Average monthly use: 500 kWh 1,000 kWh 1,500 kWh
Average price per kilowatt hour:
TXU (Oncor) Area: 10.7 ¢ 10.7 ¢ 10.7 ¢
Centerpoint (Houston) Area: 11.2 ¢ 11.2 ¢ 11.2 ¢
AEP Central (CP&L) Area: 10.8 ¢ 10.8 ¢ 10.8 ¢
TNMP Service Area: 11.1 ¢ 11.1 ¢ 11.1 ¢
AEP North (WTU) Area: 11.5 ¢ 11.5 ¢ 11.5 ¢


This price consists of the price per kWh charge plus a $0 fixed monthly charge for meters using at least 500 kWh per billing period. At or above 500 kWh per billing period your average price per kWh for electric service will not vary regardless of usage.

This price consists of the price per kWh charge plus a $6.95 fixed monthly charge for meters using less than 500 kWh per billing period. Your average price for electric service per kWh will vary according to how much electricity you use.
 

 

 

2 Average Months: JUN &SEP
Average Month kWh Charge: above
8 Off-Peak Months: OCT-MAY
Off-Peak kWh Charge: 0.23 ¢ off-peak discount
2 On-Peak Months: JUL-AUG
On-Peak kWh Charge: 0.57 ¢ on-peak charge


Contract

Minimum Term: 12 Months Early Termination Fee: $69.95

See Terms of Service for a full Listing of fees, deposit policy, and other terms.

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Coal and Lignite

32%

32%

Natural Gas

51%

51%

Nuclear

10%

10%

Renewable Energy

4%

4%

Other

3%

3%

Total

100%

100%

About Donny Eisenbach

Donny started ElectricityBid.com back in 2007 from his parents basement and has since married his wife Melody and had two sons, John Adam (5) and Noah (2) and another baby with a due date of Dec 25th 2013. He enjoys tech related things, softball, kickboxing, going to the gym, excursions and activities together with his wife Melody. Our service allows you to shop and compare commercial and residential electric rates and providers. Would you take the time today to try our service and see how you like it. Thank you! and God Bless You!

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