The key to saving money on electricity in Wills Point, TX is to understand your options and know what mistakes to avoid. Vault Electricity offers free information and our electricity rate comparison tool to help you find the provider and the electricity plan with the cheapest rate.
We look at electricity plans continuously to weed out the plans that promise one thing but deliver another. Over one million Texans have used our electricity rate comparison tool to search for their next electricity provider.
With so many electricity plans and countless electric providers in Texas, consumers can easily get overwhelmed with choice. We know, however, that shopping becomes much easier when you can get all the information you need listed in one place with an easy to understand format.
The whole process of shopping, selecting and enrolling in an electricity plans should taker just minutes when you have all the information you need at your fingertips
Featured Electricity Rates In Wills Point, Texas
What To Do When Your Electricity Plan Contract Ends
Bookmark this page on your browser. You will need it again when your current contract expires. When you get your first renewal notice from your current electricity provider, you’ll know your contract is about to end. Companies usually begin sending out these reminders a couple of months before your expiration date.
The Texas electricity market as a whole might have moved up or down since you enrolled in your last plan. Regardless of whether the new rate you are being offered is better or worse than your current rate, you will want to come back here and see what the competition is offering. Electricity providers rarely offer the cheapest electricity rates in the market for long before they raise their rates or someone else offers a better one.
Chances are that, by the time your contract expires, someone else will have the better deal.
Top Wills Point Electricity Rates From Each Provider
|The Lantana 15
|Frontier Saver Plus 24
|Gexa Eco Saver Plus 24
|Maxx Saver Select 24
|Smart Simple 12
|Sure Value 36
|Autopay Texas 12
|Green Mountain Energy
|Pollution Free e-Plus
|Clear Deal 12
|Maxx Saver Select 12
|Gexa Eco Saver Lite 12
|Veteran Energy Valor 36
|Reliant Power On 12
|Rate Lock 12
For a more detailed realtime rate comparison enter your zip code at the top of the page. Our rate comparison tool lets you see all providers and rates. You can filter by term length, usage level, green energy plans, no deposit plans and get you them most up to date pricing. The rates listed above are for the 1,000 kWh usage level. More Information on any of these plans >>>
Find No Deposit Electricity In Wills Point
If you are reading this, you have probably been asked to pay a deposit by one or more electric company. This is very common in Texas where electric companies run credit checks as a matter of course. There are some ways you might be able to avoid paying that large deposit, or avoid paying a deposit all together.
Every electricity provider maintains their own set of credit requirements. They are not required by the state to ask for a deposit, but they are required to offer a deposit waiver if the customer falls under certain categories. If you have been asked to pay a deposit by one electricity provider, you may try another one. The second one may offer you a no deposit electricity plan or they could require for a smaller amount.
If any of these fit your situation, you may be eligible to avoid a deposit:
– You are 65 years or older and not behind in payment with another electric provider
– You have recent history (past 24 months) of on-time payment with another electric provider
– You are medically indigent
– You are a victim of family violence
If you feel like any of these describe your situation, you will have to provide proof to the electric company to obtain your waiver.
Prepaid Electricity Plans Is Another Option
Prepaid electricity plans are a very popular option right now because they are so easy to start with. They are a great way to get electricity without a deposit or credit check. We have some options for prepaid electricity. Call us at 855-564-1181.
Guide to Wills Point, Texas
A city in Van Zandt County, Wills Point, Texas has a population of 3,624. This means that Wills Point ranks as the 429th largest city in the state. On the map, the city resides in the northeastern section of the state, next to the cities of Edgewood, Myrtle Springs, Canton, Hawk Cove, Elmo, Fruitvale, and the more major cities of Mesquite (36 miles away), Garland (39 miles), and Dallas (46 miles). For things to do in the area, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, The Texas State Fair, Ham Orchards, and Reunion Tower, are all great places to check out.
As for the city’s history, it was founded in 1873 by the settler William Wills. And recently, while George W. Bush was the Governor, he dubbed Wills Point as the “Bluebird Capital of Texas”.
If we look at current data on the economy of Wills Point today, the most common occupations are in Manufacturing, Retail Trade, Construction, Educational Services, Healthcare, and Food Services. The median household income when last checked was below the average. Unemployment rates are below the national norm and job growth is projected to be higher than the average rate in throughout the country.
Tips to Compare Electric Companies in Wills Point
Before you begin comparing Wills Point electricity rates, make sure you are looking at the correct rates. Our electricity rate comparison tool allows you to select your home size.
Texas electricity plans are priced at three different usage levels.
If you live in an apartment, you will want to make sure you are looking at the 500 kWh rates. If you live in a home, you will want to look at either the 1000 kWh or 2000 kWh rates depending how much electricity you use in a typical month. Check your past bills if you are unsure.
Not looking at the correct rates can cost you when your first light bill arrives. The rate calculation formula for electricity plans are often finetuned to be cheapest at specific usage levels.
TXU/Oncor Contact Information:
For power outages in Wills Point Texas, please call Oncor at 1-888-313-4747. To have underground lines located prior to digging in Wills Point Texas, call 1-800-344-8377. To view Wills Point Texas outage maps, click here.
Smart Meter Information:
For information on the smart meter program in Wills Point Texas, click here.