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Pulse Power Reviews
|Overall SaveOnEnergy score||1.4/5|
We’ve broken down our scoring model into three main categories:
- Customer service (Power to Choose complaint score; Satisfaction guarantee)
- Online accessibility (Online bill pay; Online chat; Access to usage alerts & trends)
- Business history (Number of years in business; Accreditation by the BBB)
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(ratings updated 12/12/2022)
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Pulse Power FAQs
Pulse Power offers both business and residential energy plans in Texas. It also offers special plan features like different term lengths, green energy upgrades, and free nights or weekends.
Pulse Power doesn’t currently have any no-deposit plans. Depending on your credit score, you may be required to pay a deposit when you sign up for your plan.
Pulse Power charges a fee if you end your contract early. The amount depends on your plan or the amount of time left in your contract. Depending on your plan, the fee is either $20 per month remaining on your contract or a flat fee of $125. Pulse Power will waive the ETF if you cancel your plan because you’re moving outside of the company’s service area.
To determine the best Pulse Power energy plan for you, consider your energy usage habits and what you’re looking for in an energy plan. The SaveOnEnergy marketplace can help you compare different plans from Pulse Power and other electricity providers in your area.