Which is Reliant Energy Best Variable Rate Plan?

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How to Avoid Reliant Energy Contracts in Dallas If you’re searching for a new electricity plan in Dallas, you may be worried about expensive deposits and lengthy contracts. Luckily, there are a lot of bad credit/no credit energy plans in Texas. And one alternative to fixed-rate energy plans is a variable-rate or month-to-month plan that Read More

Should You Go with the Reliant Renter Plan?

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Who has the cheapest electricity for apartment renters in Dallas? If you live in an apartment, then you most likely use less electricity than the average Texas home. And that means you need a plan that caters specifically to apartment renters. Reliant Energy offers its Reliant Apartment 9 plan to electricity customers. But does it really offer Read More

How Much Is Houston No-Contract Electricity?

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Do Houston electricity companies offer no-contract plans? Customers purchasing through Griddy got stung by shockingly high electricity bills this summer. That’s because these customers plans were based on high wholesale electricity prices. Power bought and used in the middle of a sunny August day in cost much more than most Texas customers wanted to pay. Read More