Last updated on 29th November 2017

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New Comparison Service Helps Aussies Save Big on Energy Plans

At the end of November the three largest electricity providers in Victoria announced they’ll be increasing prices by 10-15% in 2018. Origin, Energy Australia and AGL were the first, and now the mid-tier providers are following suit. With soaring prices on the way, many Victorians are already starting to sweat.

Thankfully market competition is heating up too, and there are savings for clever consumers who know where to look. According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission there are big savings – hundreds every year – if you make the switch from the worst offer to the best*.

With new comparison service ElectricityandGas.com.au it’s easy to access these great deals all in one place. Before you start nagging your family about turning off the lights, take the most effective step to save and simply find a cheaper plan.

Here’s How You Do It:

Step 1: Select your State below.
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.

“The thing we’re hearing is that most Aussies feel resigned to suffering under high energy prices,” says ElectricityandGas.com.au founder Jon Leane. “But when it’s so simple to switch and save, paying the highest rate is like tipping your energy provider for ripping you off.”

“We think that Aussies deserve to know what they could be paying. Why should you be paying more for the exact same product when there could be a better offer out there?”

Just last month almost 40,000 Aussies chose ElectricityandGas.com.au to help them compare, switch and save. With our simple service you can find the best plans in your area, cost and hassle-free.

*According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Shining A Light Report.

This article is opinion only and should not be taken as medical or financial advice. Check with a financial professional before making any decisions.