Payless Power

Electric and Natural Gas Utility

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About Payless Power

Headquartered in Fort Worth, Payless Power has been in operation since 2005. This Texas energy company specializes in prepaid electricity plans. It doesn’t require credit checks or upfront deposits, and you can get service started the same day you sign up. 

SaveOnEnergy makes it easy to find Payless Power prepaid electricity plans in your area. Simply enter your ZIP code to let us help you choose the best electric plan for you.

Payless Power Rates - Texas

Plan Name Plan Length Rate Utility
Payless Power – Simple 6 06 months $0.171 / kWh AEPN
Payless Power – Premier 12 12 months $0.17 / kWh AEPN
Payless Power – Simple 6 06 months $0.167 / kWh ONCOR
Payless Power – Premier 12 12 months $0.166 / kWh ONCOR
Payless Power – Simple 6 06 months $0.165 / kWh CPE
Payless Power – Premier 12 12 months $0.165 / kWh CPE

Texas electric providers and utilities

Because of energy deregulation, Texas residents and businesses cannot buy electricity from their area’s utility company. Instead, consumers must choose a retail electric provider (REP).

If you do not sign up for an electricity plan with a REP, the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) will assign one for you based on your area’s “Provider of Last Resort.” The Provider of Last Resort for customers in the AEP Texas Central service area is CPL Retail Energy.


In addition to the energy supply rate you pay to your REP, you will also pay a delivery fee to AEP Texas Central. This fee is set by the PUCT and cannot be changed. You can, however, control your energy supply rate.

When you enter your ZIP code above, we will show you REP rates in your area so you can choose the rate and plan that work for your home or business. To learn more, call one of our team members or see our guide to choosing a provider.

Contact Payless Power

Headquarters: Houston, Texas
Bill pay: Access your online account here or by calling 1-866-963-9353
Customer service: Call 1-866-963-9353 or fill out this form
Outages: Get in touch with your utility company

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