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Our comparison service is completely free to use, and allows you to switch to a range of plans from some of Australia’s leading electricity providers. Mozo helps you compare electricity rates in minutes so you can see deals that are available near you, and switch if you find a good deal in your area.
If you've never compared electricity plans before you could save hundreds of dollars a year on your electricity bill simply by switching providers. There is no obligation to switch using our service so what have you got to loose? It is at least worth finding out if there are new deals that you could be taking advantage of, don't you think?
If you are worried about switching, there's no need to be. We'll help you all the way. If you decide to switch via our service, we'll notify your old provider and also arrange for your new connection. There will be no interruption to your electricity service. Check out some of our guides for more info on the switching process if you are uncertain.
We have solar panels so rarely have a bill to pay and are happy with the payback rate from AGL. It is the best on the market. I definitely recommend them.Read full review
We have solar panels so rarely have a bill to pay and are happy with the payback rate from AGL. It is the best on the market. I definitely recommend them.
Good for discounts, easy to communicate with, very understanding, best deals to suit us, reliable never had an issue with them.Read full review
Good for discounts, easy to communicate with, very understanding, best deals to suit us, reliable never had an issue with them.
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