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DMN: Some Texas REPs "Now" Charge No Minimum Fees

November 09,2015



Dave Lieber, The Dallas Morning News Watchdog, writes that Texas electric companies are "now" charging no minimum usage fees.

We are reminded that in a Houston Chronicle review of Power To Choose offers, about one-third of REPs listed plans containing no penalties or credits based on power use, so we don't see anything new in the offering of no-fee plans, despite the outrage over their supposed prior ubiquity

Lieber also noted the new minimum usage fee/usage credit filter on Power to Choose, which was first reported by RetailEnergyX.com

See More: Watchdog: Some electricity companies now charge no minimum fees



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