Find the Cheapest Electricity Rates for Dallas TX 75211

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FAQs for Dallas

What are the most popular plans?

The most popular electricity plans in 75211 in the past 30 days are 36 Inflation Fix, Maxx Saver Select 24, Champ Saver-24, Come & Take It 12, and Frontier Super Value 24.

What is the average cost of a 6 month electricity plan in the city of Dallas, TX?

The average rate of a 6 month fixed-rate electricity plan is around 0¢/kWh, ranging from 0¢/kWh to 0¢/kWh. Popular plans in this range are and Simple 6.

For 12 month plans, the average rate of a 12 month fixed-rate electricity plan is around 19¢/kWh, ranging from 13¢/kWh to 25¢/kWh. Popular plans in this range are Come & Take It 12, Frontier Saver Plus 12, and Premier 12.

What is the average cost of a 24 month electricity plan in the city of Dallas, TX?

The average rate of a 24 month fixed-rate electricity plan is around 17¢/kWh, ranging from 14¢/kWh to 23¢/kWh. Popular plans in this range are Maxx Saver Select 24, Champ Saver-24, and Frontier Super Value 24.

For 6 month plans, the average rate of a 6 month fixed-rate electricity plan is around 0¢/kWh, ranging from 0¢/kWh to 0¢/kWh. Popular plans in this range are and Simple 6.

Electricity and local information about 75211

Stats for 75211

75211 is a zipcode residing in Dallas, Texas covering an area of 17.62 square miles. With a population of 73146 people, 75211 is the 11th most populous zipcode in all of Texas.

Area codes include 214/469/972.

Zipcodes Near Dallas

4 Cities Nearest to Dallas

5 Smaller Zipcodes

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75208$761
75237$753
75224$749
75238$743
75216$735

Popular Plans Around 75211

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What customers are saying in Dallas

Overall Rating
Not for Senior Citizens
I don't doubt this is a OK company. I simply cannot believe that I cannot set my payment with the arrival of my Social Security Pension....in this case, 4 days difference! What an enormous problem this creates for us, and I've never come across this public relations insult before. They should be decent enough to post a WARNING before causing this ongoing financial nightmare to us. I have no idea what to do!
  • George
  • Wichita Falls, TX
  • May 14th, 2022

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What to Do When You Can't Pay Your Texas Electric Bill

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4 Solutions When You Can't Pay Your Bill

Can't pay your electric bill in Texas? You're not alone. Check out these 4 ways to keep your lights on.
Seems almost every Texan fell behind in the Big Freeze and and then burned by the Big Heat. You're not alone. Check out these 4 ways to keep your lights on when you can't pay your electric bill.

Whether it’s the new energy crisis or the Big Texas Freeze that made you fall behind on your energy bills, you’re not alone. The weather’s still hot, and energy rates are still high. And growing inflation means that it’s getting harder and harder to pay all our bills on time. Luckily, not all hope is lost. Even if you don’t have a cheap electric plan yet, these 4 tips can help you pay your bill.

1. Talk to Your Provider

If you can’t pay your electric bill, talk to your energy provider. They may offer you an extension, payment plan, or deferral.

Your provider may also waive late penalty fees if you’re on SNAP or Medicaid. And if you’re just signing up, asking to waive or split deposit payments into two can also help your budget.

2. Conserve Electricity

One of the best ways to keep your electric bill low is to be smart about your usage. There are plenty of cheaper options to cool your home other than an AC. But, if you need it, easy AC maintenance can keep ensure energy-efficient performance.

Keeping windows closed, lights off, and unused appliances unplugged are other easy ways to keep electricity usage to a minimum.

3. Apply for Aid to Pay Your Bill

In July, the Texas Utility Help program offered a $50 million fund to help struggling households pay their electric bills in the summer. Unfortunately, applications were shut down less than 2 weeks in due to high demand. But, you can apply for other Texas-based aid programs.

The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federal aid. It helps 6 million American households pay their gas, heating, and electric bills (but not water). Last year, Texas received $283.9 million as part of LIHEAP until September 2022. In Texas, LIHEAP is often called CEAP (Comprehensinve Energy Assistance Program).

The more weather-proof your house is, the lower your heating and cooling costs will be. That’s why the Department of Energy set up the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP). This fund helps low-income households fund home-improvement projects.

You can apply to both of these progmrams in Texas through this government website.

4. Find a Better Plan

If your electricity bill is unusually high, make sure that you’re still on a plan. Once your plan term ends, your energy provider may automatically switch you to a variable rate month-to-month plan–which is usually more expensive.

You have the power to choose the best electric plan for your household. 

Shop the cheapest electric plans in Texas by visiting https://www.texaselectricityratings.com/. You can compare the rates, and choose the one that gives you the best deal.