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Champion Energy Services

Champ Saver-12
12 months

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Green Mountain Energy

Pollution Free e-Plus 12
12 months

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Reviews from Corinth:

Happy customer for a long time

(4 / 5)

  So many bad reviews here but I had to chime in and say that I've been a TXU customer for over 10 years and never had any major problems with them. The TDU charges are not a scam like people are saying, they are from the delivery company (Oncor where I live) and are outside the control of TXU - you will get charged that no matter what electric supplier you use. Some of them hide it in their rate, some itemize it like TXU does but call it something else.

They aren't the cheapest around, that's true. But they aren't 33-50% higher like some people are saying. You have to factor all the fees in together with each plan if you're going to compare. I'm paying 9.5c per kwh *including* the TDC charge of 3.15c. That rate is locked in, too. Power is always cheaper in the winter and more expensive in the summer. but with a locked in rate it stays the same no matter what. Sure, I could go to a 3mo plan with someone else and pay 5c or 6c per kwh in the winter, but at the end of the 3 months that rate isn't available anymore and you get stuck with whatever the lowest is at that time... probably more like 12 or 13c depending on the time of year. That's why the long term locked-in plans are always more per kwh. you get to keep that rate in the summer when it really matters. That'll be the same with anyone. Look for the long-term fixed-rate plans, not the 3 month right-now plans or the variable rate ones... or worse the month-to-month plans. Many of those will be cheaper right now but will cost you a lot more in the long run.

All of that said, the one issue I've had with TXU is their automated billing. They can't seem to pick a date. I was billed on the 4th every month for as far back as my online bank statements went. Then suddenly it was the 1st, then again on the 29th in the same month. I can understand a day or two fluctuation but 6 days is a bit much. and two bills in one month, 28 days apart seems ridiculous, especially when my due date didn't change. If they can figure out their autopay system I'll remain a happy customer for a long time.

Anyway don't be fooled by the naysayers. TXU is only slightly higher than the competition and if you feel like they're screwing you over then go somewhere else... but don't expect it to be better on the other side of the fence. If TXU wants a deposit, so will the next company. If someone is offering you a cheap rate in the winter, they won't in the summer. And those pesky TDU charges... every company in Texas charges them, believe that. It's the law that they charge them, they can just call them something else or bury them inside of the rate, but they have to be on the bill. Oncor or whoever your delivery provider is is going to get their money from you whether you realize it or not. Learn to read and understand the electricity facts sheet that every company has to provide by law about every plan they offer. That's where the real breakdown of what you're paying can be found. 

Josh from Corinth
December 22nd, 2012

A rocky start, but no issues since

(3.8 / 5)

  I've been with True Elec almost 1 year. They somehow managed to have the wrong address for me on the day they were supposed to turn on the electric in my new home even though I signed up onine and typed in my address correcly on my printed copy. They were able to get it activated that evening though and I have not had any issues since. 

Kevin from Corinth
July 20th, 2012

Customer Service

(0 / 5)

  I was approach by thei company to swtich to their service. It all sounded great. I wasn't exactly sure of the date that my current contract was up but I knw about the date. The lady told me to just call and change it was I knew the exact date. Having working with someone for 30 to 45 minutes, she finally told me that she canceled what the first lady had set up and that I had to wait 48 hours and call back and they woudl reset me up. I called back adn supposedly that had it all set and was to cancel by service with the other carrier. They never canceled my service. When I got the bill from my current company, I called them and the rep couldn't even locate my account even when I gave her my account number. I told her that if were this bad already maybe I should someone else who did want and business and she okay, thank you. wow! I would highly recommend not using this company.

Terri Balent from Corinth
May 23rd, 2014

Updated: 01-19-2019
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