Choose Energy only works with trusted energy providers, including Discount Power. When we choose our partner providers, we consider factors likereliability, plan variety, customer service, and more. Because the company meets these criteria, Choose Energy is proud to feature Discount Power electricity plans on our marketplace.
Types of rates offered by Discount Power
Like most providers, Discount Power offers two types of electricity rates: fixed and variable.
- Fixed-rate plans: When you opt for a fixed-rate plan, you’ll typically enter into a contract with Discount Power for nine to 36 months. Your rate will remain stable during this period, giving you more predictable energy bills.
- Variable-rate plans: In contrast, variable-rate plans do not usually offer long-term contracts, so they’re a good choice if you can’t meet the credit threshold or do not want to commit to one provider for an extended period. Your Discount Power variable rate isn’t locked in, so your rate is likely to fluctuate from one billing cycle to the next.
To compare Discount Power plans available in your area, enter your ZIP code on this page.
No-deposit options from Discount Power
When you sign up with Discount Power in Texas, you may need to complete a credit check. Depending on the results, you may be required to pay a security deposit before your service begins. To explore other options in your area for no-deposit or prepaid energy plans, enter your ZIP code and filter your search results for no-deposit options. You can also call the number on your screen to navigate the process with an energy expert.
Green energy with Discount Power
Each Texas energy plan includes some percentage of green energy from solar or wind sources, and Discount Power electricity plans are no exception. These plans are powered by 20% renewable energy, slightly below the statewide average of 31%. The company doesn’t currently offer any 100% green energy plans.
Moving or transferring service with Discount Power
Are you switching to Discount Power from another provider? Or are you an existing Discount Power customer moving to a new address? In either case, you’ll find it easy to transfer or begin your service.
You can use the Choose Energy marketplace to compare electricity providers and plans. After you’ve chosen your new plan, there’s no extra work required on your end to transfer your service. Your provider, whether it’s Discount Power or another electricity company, will manage the logistics, and you shouldn’t experience any disruptions to your power.
Renting with Discount Power
Discount Power’s discount energy plans work well for renters and homeowners. However, renters may especially like the company’s variable-rate plan, Wise Buy Monthly. This plan doesn’t lock you into a long-term contract. You’ll pay a different rate each month, and you can change plans without paying a fee when you need to move.
As most electricity providers do, Discount Power charges early termination fees (ETFs) to customers who terminate service before their contract ends. These fees only apply to fixed-rate plans and range from $150 to $295, depending on the length of your contract.
Discount Power business electricity
In addition to residential plans, Discount Power offers some commercial energy options for small businesses. If your business needs a new electricity provider, Choose Energy can help build a plan to fit your needs. Call the number on this page or read more about choosing a business energy provider near you.
Other Discount Power initiatives
The Discount Power Storm Center provides customers with important resources to help them keep their families safe during extreme weather. On the Storm Center page, you can find information about backup power, disaster relief and recovery programs, weather updates, storm safety tips, and more. The page also includes a list of contact numbers for each Texas utility to inform you exactly where to call if you have an outage.