Before your move, you can use Choose Energy to find out if you can transfer your Payless electric service to your new address. Enter your new ZIP code to explore all the plans and Payless Power rates available in your area. If you find a plan from Payless Power, sign up online now and your provider will handle the rest.
We also offer helpful resources to assist you every step of the way. Our guide on how to switch electric providers can help you better understand the process. Our energy buying guide goes further, explaining what to look for in a provider, the types of plans available, and much more. Use these resources and our marketplace to take the guesswork out of shopping for energy.
Renting with Payless Power
Payless Power offers great options for renters. With contracts as short as six months and no deposit required, these Payless Power plans have the flexibility that many renters seek from an energy provider.
Like most electric providers, Payless Power charges cancellation fees if you terminate service before your contract ends. If you cancel early, you have to pay an early termination fee (ETF) of $99. However, if you are moving out of the service area, Payless Power waives the fee.
They do offer a guarantee. If you sign up for services and do not like a plan, you have 30 days to switch it without incurring any fees. It gives you a risk-free way to try a new one.
Payless Power business electricity
Businesses in your area can also benefit from deregulation. Payless Power provides electricity to businesses through its partnership with Utility Choice. Visit our business energy page or call Choose Energy at the number on your screen to speak with one of our energy experts about building a customized energy plan for your business.
Other Payless Power initiatives
Some of Payless Powers’ most unique features are its transparency and user-friendliness. Via text or email, you can track your electricity usage, note the kilowatt-hours you’ve consumed for the day, view your remaining balance, review your savings for the day, and check the number of days remaining in your cycle.