3rd Dec 2012

Electricity and gas bills are on the rise…

Electricity, Gas, Prices, Skyrocketing, Rate Rises, Fixed Incomes, Seniors, Pensioners, Reduce Power Bills

Electricity and gas prices are skyrocketing around the country. The rate rises are especially affecting pensioners and those on fixed incomes. YOURLifeChoices is committed to helping you reduce your power bills and make your life that little bit easier.

Keep the power companies accountable, but how?

YOURLifeChoices has partnered with ElectricityWizard, Australia’s number 1 energy and gas broker who helps you find a better deal on your bills. It will compare your current rates against a range of preferred suppliers and help you switch to a company which can offer you a better deal.

How much can you save?*
· Victorians could save up to 20% on power bills
· NSW and  QLD residents could save up to 10% on power bills
· South Australians could save up to 13% off power costs

To get started saving on your bills click here and fill in the form. It’s a completely free service and should take no more than four minutes.

If you haven’t checked your rates in the last 12 months, you could be paying more than you have to.

*Residents of TAS, WA and NT are not currently able to switch energy suppliers

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