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Offline xcvator

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Re: Power and Gas retailers
« Reply #25 on: July 23, 2020, 05:42:01 PM »
Pick up your phone
Call the company you want to go too
Done, that's it, they do the rest
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Re: Power and Gas retailers
« Reply #26 on: July 23, 2020, 05:45:53 PM »


Anyone been through this recently?

Have changed companies several times in the last 12 mths. Was with Origin...get a call from Energy Aus....offering cheaper prices...1 week later get a call from Origin and they ask why are you leaving us ? They offer a better price so I go back with them. In the meantime, no transfer had actually taken place, but if it had, it's all easy and painless. Whichever company you change to, they contact your present company and do all the legwork.
1st thing you always do is ask for their c/kwh or c/Mj charge, then what % they are going to give off your total usage and supply charge ? You can check all of that online before even talking to one of them.
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