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Payless Power

Written by Jordan Smith /

Edited by Jamie Cesanek

Last updated 04/04/2024

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Payless Power rates in Texas

Payless Power reviews

Overall SaveOnEnergy score 3.7/5
Customer Service3.7/5
Online Accessibility3.7/5
Plan options 3.7/5

SaveOnEnergy has 20 years of experience working with various top-tier providers in deregulated markets. Because there are dozens of providers, hundreds of plans, and constantly changing rates, our reviews are not based on first-hand experience. We encourage customers to do their own research, compare multiple plans, and consider their individual priorities when choosing which provider is the best fit for them.

(Ratings updated 02/28/2024)

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    • Satisfaction guarantee
    • Option to cancel and/or change service options
    • Years in business
    • Online bill pay
    • Access to usage trends & alerts
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    • Pricing info & transparency
    • Contract lengths
    • Renewable plan options
    • Serviceability

Payless Power FAQs

  • After you’ve entered your ZIP code, select Payless Power from the providers option under our search filter. You can then browse the details of the Payless Power plans available in your area. When you’ve chosen your preferred plan, you can sign up online in a matter of minutes.

  • Typically, Payless Power plans have an ETF of $99, which applies if you cancel your contract early. However, there are exceptions to this. You can switch to another Payless Power plan within 30 days of signing up without paying a fee. You also won’t have to pay a cancellation fee if you terminate your contract because you’re moving out of the service area.

  • Payless Power has operated since 2005. It entered the market shortly after the deregulation of the electricity market in Texas in 2002.

  • That all depends on your energy needs. The shorter six-month prepaid plan is ideal if you prioritize flexibility or if you think you’ll be moving soon. Those who prefer longer-term stability should check out the 12-month option to lock in a prepaid electricity rate for a year.

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