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What are the benefits of bundling? Is it actually cheaper?
Bundling can be both cost and time effect, as many providers offer discounts and incentives to bundled packages, and it means you only have to deal with one provider. It is difficult to say definitively whether or not bundling will be cheaper for you, this will depend on your service, on your location and on your current energy package, but it is well worth exploring.
Should you bundle with the same supplier or will you save by going with different suppliers for each service?
This will depend on your current service and level of usage, but bundles are designed to save you money, so if you feel like you’re paying over the odds, it is well worth exploring a bundle. If you’re interested, then why not contact a specialist energy broker to discuss your options?
You can indeed save through bundling your gas and electricity. AGL and other providers often offer variable discounts dependent on location. For instance, a resident in SW NSW was offered a bundle discount from AGL of 8% for gas and 10% for electricity; Origin, 8% and 10%; and Lumo Energy offered a 10% discount for both electricity and gas.
The same company, such as AGL, can offer bundle discounts of anywhere between 5–10% on electricity and gas bills, depending on where the customer lives. Flat rebates ~$100 are also common for bundle deals. On the converse, however, these sorts of discounts and benefits can also incur an extended lock-in period. The potential savings of course vary considerably between providers; some may offer no bundled discount at all.
Which suppliers actually offer bundles?
Energy bundles are offered by a range of providers, though your availability will vary depending on your state and energy usage. Providers worth checking out include:
How do I choose the best gas and electricity bundled plan for me?
First of all you need to understand your usage. There are plans that offer different rates of energy for different times of the day, there are plans that offer options for heavy and light users, and there are options for people interested in going green. We’ve reviewed most of Australia’s popular energy providers, so if you’re looking for a better deal then be sure to check out our guides.
Are there gas and electricity plans in my state?
Victoria has a broad selection of both electricity and gas providers, and those who provide both services bundled. These bundle-providing retailers include Simply Energy, EnergyAustralia, Origin Energy, AGL, Dodo Power & Gas, Momentum Energy, CovaU. Read the full information on bundled services in Victoria.
New South Wales
New South Wales, too, has many options for bundling electricity and gas including ActewAGL, AGL, Dodo Power and Gas, EnergyAustralia, Origin Energy, Simply Energy. Read the full information on bundling in NSW. Bundling energy can give you some financial benefits sometimes, but consider speaking to an energy consultant before.
Queensland has limited options for retailers who bundle both utilities, just AGL and Origin Energy. Read the full information on bundling your electric.
How do these bundles work?
If you’re currently getting your services from different places, then the big difference you’ll notice is in your billing. Instead of receiving several bills on several days, you will now get everything sent to you at once. This will make budgeting, paying and planning ahead much easier.
Since there are almost immeasurable numbers of energy plans to sort through, why not speak to a professional whose job it is to find the best energy deal for your situation to get started!Back to top
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