Learn About All Amigo Energy Plans and Products

Here is a complete list of all the plans and products offered by Amigo Energy on our website. You'll find rates listed for the different geographical regions, and also at different monthly usages. For a more head-to-head view, use our Amigo Energy Rate Comparison page.

Amigo Web - 12

  • Simple, Fixed rate plan
  • Easy Online Approval
  • Plan Type:
  • Bundled Rate
  • Term Length:
  • 12 months
  • Early Termination Fee:
  • $175
  • Monthly Recurring Charge:
  • $0.00
Utility 500 kwh 1,000 kwh 2,000 kwh
AEP-Central (Corpus Christi) 20.9 20.9 20.9
AEP-North (Abilene) 20.5 20.5 20.5
Centerpoint (Houston) 21.5 21.5 21.5
Oncor (Dallas/FW Metro) 20.5 20.5 20.5
TNMP (West Texas) 22.5 22.5 22.5

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  • Consistent Fixed Rate
  • Lock in for 2 years
  • No Monthly Base Charge!
  • Plan Type:
  • Bundled Rate
  • Term Length:
  • 24 months
  • Early Termination Fee:
  • $175
  • Monthly Recurring Charge:
  • $0.00
Utility 500 kwh 1,000 kwh 2,000 kwh
AEP-Central (Corpus Christi) 18.5 18.5 18.5
AEP-North (Abilene) 17.5 17.5 17.5
Centerpoint (Houston) 18.9 18.9 18.9
Oncor (Dallas/FW Metro) 17.9 17.9 17.9
TNMP (West Texas) 19.9 19.9 19.9

What does the plan type mean?

We examine each plan and assign it a category to help you understand just how the pricing works for that plan. There are 'Fixed Rate', 'Bill Credit', 'Tiered Rate / Flat Rate', and 'Pre-paid' plans available on our site.

Fixed Rate

A 'Fixed Rate' plan generally has the most predictable per-kilowatt-hour rate of all the plan types. Your bill will go up and down with your usage, but the average rate you pay per kilowatt-hour will generally stay in a fairly narrow range.

We find that Fixed Rate plans are generally the better choice for most consumers, as there are typically fewer rate suprises over time. If you are unsure of your usage patterns, it's probably best to choose a Fixed Rate plan.

Bill Credit

'Bill Credit' plans typically will apply a credit on your bill if your usage falls in certain ranges. You'll need to read the EFL carefully to understand the ranges. Usually a Bill Credit plan will have a lower advertised average rate than a comparable Fixed Rate plan from the same provider, but only when your energy usage falls within a specified range. Depending on your usage, your bill may be higher or lower compared to a 'Fixed Rate' plan.

If you aren't sure of your monthly usage, and if you're not interested in tracking your usage over the month, a Bill Credit plan is probably not going to save you any real money over a 'Fixed Rate' plan. A Bill Credit plan will almost always have a more volatile average rate from month to month compared to a similar 'Fixed Rate' plan.

Tiered Rate (Flat Rate)

Tiered Rate plans generally have a single dollar price no matter how much electricity you use, UP TO A POINT!. Once you go over that usage cap, you will pay more. Some Tiered Rate plans have a per-kilowatt-hour charge for usage over the cap, others will add another fixed dollar amount to your bill for more usage up to a second cap.

Like a Bill Credit plan, you should carefully read the EFL and understand where your normal usage patterns will fall compared to the usage caps for that plan. Tiered Rate plans can have the most volatile average rates from month to month, it all depends on your usage and the caps.

Pre-paid

For some customers who are credit-challenged, or those who need to manage their cash flow carefully, a pre-paid plan can be a good option. With a pre-paid plan, you never have to pass a credit check or pay a deposit. You simply pay a nominal amount on your account to start your service, usually somewhere between $20 and $80. As you use electricity each day, the cost for that electricity is deducted from your account. When your account falls below a certain threshold, the provider will notify you that you need to load more money into your account.

It's like a prepaid Visa or Mastercard - you pay before you use it, instead of after. You do need to monitor your current account balance, because if the account falls to zero, they will likely turn off your electricity until you can put more money on your account. Most of the time, a pre-paid plan will have slightly higher per-kilowatt-hour rates that a Fixed Rate plan, but you never have to worry about Early Termination Fees.

What People Are Asking About Plans or Products from Amigo Energy

What type of plans does Amigo Energy have?

There is currently one Bundled Rate plan available.

What is the average Amigo Energy Monthly Recurring Charge?

There are no plans.

What is the most popular Amigo Energy plan?

The most popular Amigo Energy plan is Amigo Web - 24

The most popular Amigo Energy plan can depend on several different contributing factors such as where in Texas you live. For example, a plan that is popular with people who live in apartments in one city may not be as popular with home-owners in that same city.

What plan terms does Amigo Energy have?

There are 2 Amigo Energy plan term types to chose from, 1 24 month plan

Does Amigo Energy offer any green energy plans?

Amigo Energy does not offer any green plans at this time.

What does Amigo Energy offer in terms of free energy plans?

Amigo Energy does not offer any free plans at this time.