Have you ever stopped and wondered why you’re receiving natural gas from one certain company? Oftentimes, we remain loyal to a brand because we've been buying their services from them for so long that we don’t give it a second thought. But, for many customers living inside a deregulated utility market, switching natural gas providers would likely bring them something better, cheaper, and more convenient.
By changing gas providers, you have the potential to:
You have literally nothing to lose by comparing natural gas rates and providers, and you can use this opportunity to educate yourself on the many different offers gas companies are providing. Just enter your address at the top of the page and we'll help you compare gas providers and rates in your area!
With the deregulation of the Georgia natural gas market, providers now have to work harder to get your business – which means more options for you as the consumer. And if you’ve decided it’s time to make a change, then we can help you through the whole process of making it happen. Here’s what you’ll need to do:
Do Your Research with Allconnect
Enter your home address into the bar at the top of the page. Once you do, we’ll gather all our research on the various providers near your home and the plans they’re offering. From there, you can use our Georgia gas comparison tool to see which plan will best fulfill all your natural gas needs.
Compare Georgia Natural Gas Rates and More
When shopping for a natural gas supplier, there are a number of factors to consider. Below we’ve listed the most important ones for you to always keep in mind when comparing natural gas providers.
Once you’ve found the plan and provider that can best take care of your home and needs, let us know. We’ll be happy to walk you through the rest of the connection process.
Read, Review, and Understand the Gas Provider's Contract
Every contract comes with certain terms and conditions, and you’d be wise to get familiar with all of them. And if you should have any questions along the way, either Allconnect or your new supplier should be able to answer them.
For example, if you decide to go with a 12-month, fixed-rate contract, then you’d want to know if there’s any fee you’d have to pay (and how much it is) for ending the contract early.
Receive Confirmation of the Switch
You’ll soon receive an email, phone call, or letter from your natural gas company confirming the new supplier you’ve chosen. The information noted should be correct, but if it isn’t, contact us or the utility and request that the natural gas switch be changed.
Get Your Natural Gas Connected
In as little as 3 days, and without any interruption, you can have your new natural gas provider sending the fuel straight into your home. And from then onward, you’ll work directly with your supplier to handle billing and any service requests.