Five minutes of your time could save you hundreds of dollars on your energy bills every year.
There’s no need to spend hours checking multiple websites. Simply use this Electricity and Gas comparison service and you can get a cheaper plan in less time than it takes to make a cup of coffee.
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3 steps to cut your costs in less than five minutes
Here’s what you can do to save money on your energy bills in just a few minutes:
1. Check your energy bills: Are you paying more for your energy than this time last year? Has your supplier hiked up their rates? If so, it’s time to switch.
2. Check your discount period: Been with your supplier for several years? It’s time to compare. Some energy suppliers automatically switch customers onto a more expensive default market offer (DMO or VMO in Victoria) without notice.
3. Compare and switch online: It’s fast and easy to compare and switch energy suppliers at ElectricityandGas.com.au. You can even make the switch online, and we’ll take care of the paperwork. That means no time wasted on hold to your current supplier.
Is it worth switching energy suppliers?
In short, yes. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is practically begging consumers to compare energy bills and find a better deal.
The government body recently reported that consumers who shop around to find the best deal could save up to $219 per year*.
That’s backed up by a Compare Club report that found over 40% of Aussies have experienced bill shock when it comes to energy prices.
Don’t think loyalty to your current supplier will deliver savings. It’s common for suppliers to bump customers onto a higher tariff after their introductory offer expires.
It’s why smart Aussies save by switching energy plans on a regular basis.
Taking a moment to compare energy providers could save you hundreds of dollars every year. It could be the best five minutes you’ll spend online all year.
Here’s How You Do It:
Step 2: After answering a few questions, you will have the opportunity to compare quotes in your area and could be eligible for significant savings.
*ACCC, Enquiry into the National Electricity Market, September 2020. The median effective price paid by residential market offer customers across the four regions was around 17 per cent lower than standing offer customers in 2019. For a standing offer customer that used a median amount of electricity from the grid, this difference means switching could save $219 a year.
This article is opinion only and should not be taken as financial advice. Check with a financial professional before making any decisions.