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This guide directly compares Alinta and Kleenheat to discover which one has the better deals. We've looked at their prices and plans for natural gas in Western Australia, where they both operate. Retailers can alter their plans and rates at any moment, so the numbers and plans we've summarised below may change in the future.
Alinta vs Kleenheat: What's offered?
Alinta vs Kleenheat: How do they compare?
Here's how the two providers compared to each other at the time of writing:
|Alinta Rewards Store||$50 welcome gift|
|Cheaper in Western Australia|
Last checked August 2020
Cost comparison: Alinta vs Kleenheat
The table below show the cheapest plans for each brand in Western Australia. We don't include plans that have special eligibility requirements.
The following comparison is a general guide only and may change at any time. We compared prices based on a residential customer in Western Australia (Postcode: 6000) who consumes 7,672 units of gas in a year. We show one plan per provider and the estimated price includes conditional discounts (if any). Any plans with special eligibility requirements are excluded from this list. Your actual bill may vary, depending on your usage. Always check the provider's site before applying.
|Brand||Plan name||Conditional discount?||Estimated price (per 91 days)||Estimated price (annual)|
|Alinta||Fair Go 35||N/A||$218||$873|
Prices last checked on August 2020 and are subject to change.
What plans are available from Alinta and Kleenheat in WA?
Note: Discounts and incentives change often. Be sure to check with the brand before signing up or applying.
Alinta offers incentives in the form of access to the Alinta Rewards Store, which contains a range of discounts and offers on movie tickets, electronics and more. Kleenheat's incentive is a minimal $50 bill credit/gift card on some of its plans.
Neither Kleenheat or Alinta allow for account management or bill payment through a mobile phone app, and Kleenheat's cheapest plans require you to pay via direct debit.There's not a lot to set Kleenheat apart from Alinta, but you might be better off siding with Alinta if you want slightly better customer service. Otherwise, choose a plan and brand based on your individual circumstances and your natural gas needs.
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