How much do you really pay for your electricity?
No. We’re not talking about the kWh rate.
But, after you add all the hidden fees, initial deposit, and service charges…then what’s your real kWh rate?
Some companies advertise rates as low as 2-3 cents per kWh. But then, once you cross an intentionally low threshold (like 1000 kWh per hour or so), they slap you with a $200 – $250 fee.
That skyrockets your kWh rate to a shocking 20-25 cents. Compare that to the national average of around 12 cents per kWh!
…So you have to add up all those obvious (and hidden) fees and charges. And you have to read the contract those companies want you to sign.
Because, many of those contracts are intentionally designed by teams of clever people to get as much money as they can out of you. They could care less about the service you get.
When the contract’s up and you go somewhere else, they don’t care because they have more victims customers lined up.
That’s not how we operate at Pronto Power.
Sound too good to be true?
It may. But it’s 100% legit – with no got-yas and no strings attached.
You simply pay $19.99 initially – and that goes straight to the cost of your electricity. It’s not an additional fee above and beyond the cost of your service.
Then, you simply prepay for your service going forward however you’d like.
You can pay monthly, weekly, or even daily. It’s totally up to you!
As long as you have a positive account balance, your electricity stays on.
You’ll get a text, email, or both (your choice) at 7 AM that reminds you of your account balance for the day. And as long as you keep that positive by 1 PM each day, you’re okay.
What if you run into financial trouble and are concerned you can’t pay?
Relax. We won’t fee you to death.
Instead, give us a buzz and we’ll work out a deferred payment plan with you so you can make it through the roughest of financial times.
For the cheapest rates with no expensive deposit, no contract, and no hidden fees, just call 844.621.2852 to join Pronto Power free today!