Reply by North American Power

For those that prefer price stability, fixed rates are certainly the way to go. Although variable rates can rise (but also fall), some customers do prefer the freedom of leaving a variable rate plan at any time, without penalty. Current customers that are on a variable rate plan can inquire about their rate and plan options--including fixed rates. They can do so by calling 888-313-9086 or visiting

Not all bad! If you sign up for the variable w/o find out all the information first - you're going to get screwed over.

ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS ask questions! If they have the information they will provide it to you. If they don't have the information, they WILL find it out for you and/or give you a call back. The fixed rates are definitely a better option - you DO save money!

Ask more about those, they go into effect at the next meter read date.

You'll be a lot happier and actually save money! Just a helpful tip for those they need it.

Reason of review: Fair pricing.

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Bridgewater Township, New Jersey, United States #701815

It's safe until the period expires. Then what?

My guess is the rate goes to 13.9 until you realize and cancel.

York Harbor, Maine, United States #701506

I agree 100 percent go with the fixed rate and it is very safe


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