MXenergy: Philadelphia’s cheapest electricity?

by Donny on February 18, 2011

Ever since states started jumping on board and becoming deregulated, and this has opened up debate among consumers as to whether or not it’s a good thing.

Some people argue it’s bad because it opens up competition among the energy companies and allows them build a monopoly.

The flip side of that argument however is that it provides customers with a chance to choose the most affordable electric rates and providers for their home and/or business.

Texas, Ohio, Michigan, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Illinois, Pennsylvania, California are just a few examples of states to be deregulated.

Pennsylvania has really taken off with it, particularly citizens of Philadelphia.

Many of these citizens have chose MXenergy as their provider.

MXenergy has expanded its business into locations it wouldn’t have otherwise been if it weren’t for the deregulation.

The company was founded in 1999 by Jeffrey Mayer, President and Chief Executive Officer of the company, along with Robi Artman, former Vice President and Daniel BUrke, the first Chief Operating Officer.

Many of the customers that have volunteerily chosen MXenergy as their providers seem to be satisified with their decision.
One customer in Michigan said he switched to MXenergy after dealing with rising rates and poor customer service but didn’t have those same issues after switching to MXenergy.

Another customer in Pennsylvania says the company’s employees are friendly and professional, and you don’t always get that with other providers.

We at Affordable Electricity currently do not service with MXenergy, but if you want to compare its rates with ours, you can type your zip code into our compare box to see the best deals offered by companies we do service with, and compare them with that of MXenergy.

If you have any further questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020 to speak to one of our expert energy consultants.

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