Why is Breaking Up so Hard to Do?

Break Your Electricity ContractWe notice a continuing theme at the Texas Electricity Alliance when we sign up a TXU customer to join our alliance and let us do the work for them when it comes to switching their electricity provider to save money. They tell us over and over that they have been with TXU forever and were just afraid to switch, concerned that something might happen to their electricity. At least with TXU, they knew they were paying too much but it always worked.

The truth is that it’s hard to leave any relationship, even a dysfunctional one. With everything in the world changing so fast, sometimes it’s nice not to always be dealing with managing the expenses in our daily lives. However, when it comes to electricity we are constantly educating our members on the fact the TXU does not generate or deliver electricity in Texas any more. The deregulation act of 2002 put an end to the TXU monopoly of cradle to grave electricity for their customers. Today, TXU is a reseller just like all those other electricity companies you may or may not have heard of. Electricity in Texas is delivered only by regulated utilities like ONCOR or Centerpoint.

So remember you’re not really breaking up with the old TXU, they actually left you almost 10 years ago but they do go to great lengths to make sure you don’t know that and that you still believe they are actually somehow a better way for you to buy electricity. The truth is, they have the highest prices in the market and make lots of mistakes with their billing system.

So, let the Texas Electricity Alliance help you through the break up and we’ll be there to ensure you every step of the way that everything we’ll be just fine and absolutely nothing about your electricity service is going to change except the price and always remember: Together We Save. Together We Share.

Check us out online to and see if we can save you $400-$2400 annually. We love saving people money!

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