Natural gas offers a competitive energy solution for the average Australian home, but it can be difficult to single out which brand is best.
You can compare natural gas suppliers from New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria with our satisfaction ratings to make the process much easier and find out what Australian customers are saying about their supplier’s price, billing, environmental sustainability, customer service, and more.
Simply use our ratings for an easy comparison of some of your state’s best natural gas suppliers.
If you are in the market for a gas provider, it’s important to shop around for the most attractive deal. Deregulation in the energy industry means that you now have the freedom to choose your electricity and gas supplier. This means, gas suppliers are now competing for your business by offering the best deals possible.
When you have narrowed down a couple of providers you’re interested in we suggest you ask them to send you some more information on the offer. Find out what the tariff is and the contract’s terms and conditions.
Then ask yourself the following questions;
Something to remember: Just like your electricity contract, a 10-day ‘cooling off’ period applies to your gas energy contract. This means you are entitled to change your mind and end the contract without having to pay any fees.
It can be difficult to single out which brand is best which is why we’ve provided you our satisfaction ratings to make the process much easier when comparing natural gas suppliers in your state.
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NSW Gas Suppliers
When it comes to NSW Gas providers, check out our Natural Gas Suppliers NSW. The providers rated in our NSW Natural Gas Customer Satisfaction Survey are:
Queensland Gas Suppliers
When it comes to QLD Gas providers, check out our Natural Gas Suppliers QLD.
The providers rated in our QLD Natural Gas Customer Satisfaction Survey are:
South Australian Gas Suppliers
When it comes to South Australian Gas providers, check out our Natural Gas Suppliers SA
The providers rated in our SA Natural Gas Customer Satisfaction Survey are:
Victorian Gas Suppliers
When it comes to Victorian Gas providers, check out our Natural Gas Suppliers VIC
The providers rated in our Victorian Natural Gas Customer Satisfaction Survey are:
You don’t have to wait until the end of your plan to switch energy providers however keep in mind that if you prematurely end your contract, there may be costs involved. Make sure you do your research and find out the best deal available to you.
Switching is easy
After you have done your research and found the retailer you want to switch to you will need to;
If you sign a contract with another gas retailer, it may take a few months to make the transfer. This is dependent on when your next meter reading is scheduled. Once the transfer is complete, you will receive a final bill from your previous gas retailer.
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