Whether new to Texas, a long-time resident, or a business owner, this guide provides useful information on Vital Power and allows you to compare rates from other Texas energy companies so that you can find your best solution to power your home or business.
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- Vital Power electric choice in Texas
- Compare Vital Power rates with competing Texas energy plans
- How to choose the best energy plan in Texas (know your usage!)
- Vital Power residential energy plans
- Vital Power business energy plans
- Vital Power customer service & bill payment
- Vital Power reviews
- Texas energy companies
- Electricity rates by popular cities in Texas
- Shop electricity rates by Texas zip codes
- Electricity rates by utility service areas in Texas
Vital Power electric choice in Texas
The energy market in Texas was deregulated in 2002, ending utility monopolies that once existed all across the state. Now the prices are being driven down by the influx of hundreds of companies that are competing for new business. Consumers now have the power to choose.
The choice can be difficult at times, so ComparePower was created in 2009 as a way to ease the burden on consumers. It is a free tool that does all of the hard work for you. From research to calculations, ComparePower saves you time so you can get back to your day.
The best part is that you can compare plans and providers “apples to apples”. ComparePower has the inside track to hidden fees and will make sure that you are seeing the exact price you will pay each month. There has never been a better time to switch.
Compare Vital Power rates with competing Texas energy plans
Vital Power is a subsidiary of Brooklet Energy Distribution that serves customers throughout Texas. This retail energy provider was certified by the Public Utility Commission of Texas in 2007.
Vital Power has some great rates in Texas, but before you sign up you should shop rates from other providers to ensure you are getting the best rate possible. The rates presented here are updated live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
These live rates for Oncor Electric Delivery service area were updated on . Pricing shown is based on an exact usage of 1000 kWh.
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How to choose the best electricity plan in Texas
Selecting a Vital Power plan without knowing your home’s energy usage can cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars.
The #1 most important thing: Know your usage!
The key to avoid overpaying is knowing your expected usage and comparing monthly costs for each plan based on that usage amount.
With things like gasoline, the “price per gallon” you see on the sign is the price you pay no matter how many gallons you pump.
$3 per gallon. Pump 10 gallons, pay $30. Simple.
Electricity in Texas is not as simple as buying gasoline. The advertised “price per kWh” is based on a specific, exact monthly usage (usually 2000 kWh).
And, each plan has a different calculation for how your monthly bill is determined.
Your effective “price per kWh” can only be determined by calculating your monthly bill, then dividing that monthly bill by your usage.
Advertised “price per kWh” can be misleading because it’s based on a specific usage like 2000 kWh. It’s best to shop based on the total bill for your home’s expected usage.
How do you do that when the math is complicated, and every plan is a little different?
ComparePower has already done all this complicated math for you.
First, we help you determine your expected monthly kWh usage. Then we show you the plans and their total monthly cost for your usage.
Enter your zip code for guidance choosing your best rate plan:
Vital Power residential plans
Vital Power customers select from prepaid and postpaid plans when signing up for service. A prepaid plan allows a customer to add money to their account and refill the account based on consumption. A postpaid plan is a fixed-rate plan with standard billing each month. These plans are available in three-month or six-month versions.
Vital Power business plans
Vital Power does not provide energy plans to businesses.
To find the best commercial electricity rates, you need to compare prices from competing energy companies. ComparePower bridges the gap between your business and energy companies by inviting various energy providers to compete for your business in a sealed bid process.
You submit your information once and the providers will present their bids. You to choose the cheapest price. Simple, quick, and easy.
Click here to get competing quotes for your business electricity.
Vital Power customer service & bill payment
Customers can contact service agents at 1-844-674-4825 Monday through Saturday. Vital Power also offers text messaging service for customers who text 61959. Customer service emails can also be sent to [email protected]
Vital Power allows customers to pay monthly bills, refill their accounts, or set up AutoPay plans through their online accounts. Customers can also call 1-844-227-2672 or visit participating locations to pay their bills. Vital Power also accepts mailed payments at Vital Power, P.O. Box 722434, Houston, TX 77272.
Vital Power reviews
Looking for ratings and reviews for Vital Power?
Several companies rate electricity providers. ComparePower does not include customer reviews as they are generally biased or easy to manipulate and skew one way or the other (positive or negative).
Often, a review is requested a mere few days after enrolling in a new energy plan, which may not be an adequate amount of time for a customer to experience the product or service.
Many customers who take the time to leave feedback typically do so as an effort to resolve a problem and are using negative feedback as a forum to draw attention to their issue.
Customers who leave positive reviews are generally incentivized to do so and therefore tend to be biased.
So what are we left with? There are a few long-standing customer review portals that attempt to remove bias. One of these is the Better Business Bureau and the other is the Public Utility Commision of Texas.
- Read customer reviews and ratings about Vital Power on the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website.
- Read customer complaints about Vital Power on the Public Utility Commission of Texas website.
Texas energy companies
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Electricity rates by popular cities in Texas
Looking for a low electricity rate in your city? Shop and compare Vital Power rates with competitive company rates in your city. Find your city below and click to sign up for a low-cost electricity plan.
Don’t see your city on the list? Use the zip code finder to search for your new low rate in your city.
- Houston, TX
- Mission, TX
- Fort Worth, TX
- Dallas, TX
- Midland, TX
- Mcallen, TX
- Pearland, TX
- Corpus Christi, TX
- Big Spring, TX
- Alvin, TX
- Katy, TX
- Abilene, TX
- Sugar Land, TX
- Arlington, TX
- Missouri City, TX
- Laredo, TX
- Loraine, TX
- Richmond, TX
- Harlingen, TX
- Edinburg, TX
- Plano, TX
- Cypress, TX
- Killeen, TX
- Humble, TX
- Friendswood, TX
- Dickinson, TX
- Grand Prairie, TX
- Mesquite, TX
- Angleton, TX
- Tyler, TX
- Eagle Pass, TX
- Allen, TX
- Spring, TX
- Austin, TX
- Eden, TX
- Belton, TX
- Carrollton, TX
- Baytown, TX
- San Benito, TX
- Mansfield, TX
- Irving, TX
- La Porte, TX
- Lewisville, TX
- North Richland Hills, TX
- Brownwood, TX
- Bay City, TX
- Big Lake, TX
- Round Rock, TX
- Teague, TX
- League City, TX
- Grapevine, TX
- Ira, TX
- Coppell, TX
- Tomball, TX
- Wichita Falls, TX
- Burleson, TX
- Desoto, TX
- Kingsville, TX
- Rosharon, TX
- Colorado City, TX
- Euless, TX
- Pharr, TX
- Waco, TX
- Gardendale, TX
- Victoria, TX
- Weslaco, TX
- Del Rio, TX
- Temple, TX
- Pasadena, TX
- Rio Grande City, TX
- Lufkin, TX
- Waxahachie, TX
- Sherman, TX
- Stanton, TX
- Red Oak, TX
- Mckinney, TX
- Olmito, TX
- Haltom City, TX
- Rockwall, TX
- Lake Worth, TX
- Menard, TX
- Robinson, TX
- Pecos, TX
- Garden City, TX
- Farmers Branch, TX
- Brookesmith, TX
- La Marque, TX
- Alice, TX
- Rockport, TX
- Athens, TX
- Palmview, TX
- Galveston, TX
- Cedar Hill, TX
- Richardson, TX
- Trophy Club, TX
- Princeton, TX
- Magnolia, TX
- Crosby, TX
- Los Fresnos, TX
- Highland Park, TX
Shop electricity rates by Texas zip codes
Search low electricity rates by zip code. Click on your zip code below to find competitive rates in your area.
Popular ZIP codes:
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Electricity rates by utility service areas in Texas
Search low electricity rates by service area and local utility company. Click on your Texas Distribution Utility (TDU) below to compare electricity rates in your service area.
- Texas-New Mexico Power (TNMP)
- AEP Texas North
- AEP Texas Central
- Sharyland Utilities
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