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Save Money on your Frontier Utilities Bill!

Save Money on your Frontier Utilities Bill!

Looking for ways to save on your Frontier Utilities bill? Crystal mentioned that they don’t require deposits… so we decided to do a quick write-up of all the awesome benefits available to Frontier Utilities customers.

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If you decide to switch to Frontier Utilities, don’t forget that you can waive your deposit with a Letter of Credit from your previous utility. Actually, if you’re signing up for the first time, you may be able to get a better deal by searching Google for “Frontier Utilities no deposit.” We found this sign up page that offered $240 in bill credits!

Save Money Every Month on Your Frontier Utilities Bill

Pick the plan that best meets your needs. 

Frontier Utilities offers many different types of plans. Choose the one that best serves you!

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  • Keep a consistent rate for a specified amount of time with a Fixed Term plan. Your rate will stay the same for a designated period of time but you will be subject to a cancellation fee if you leave Frontier Utilities before the end of the term.
  • Avoid long-term contracts and pay a variable month-to-month rate with the Month-to-Month Variable Rate plans. There’s no cancellation fee if you decide to leave!
  • Pay in Advance and avoid late fees!
  • Pay As You Go and purchase energy by the kilowatt hour. When your supply is running low, you’ll get an email or text message to let you know it’s time to purchase more.

Avoid a 0.05 per KWH increase.

Many of the prices assume that you will enroll in auto pay and e-billing. If you opt out of either of those, you may see a rate increase of $0.05 per KWH.

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