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Electric Deregulation

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Electric prices deregulated in New Jersey

Businesses and residents save up to 15% monthly and receive a $50 Rebate check

Thanks to an innovative and comprehensive initiative from the state of New Jersey, you are now able to choose who you buy energy from. As with the Phone Company and Cable Television, the state of New Jersey has deregulated electric service. While you're local utility, Jersey Central Power and Light, Atlantic City Electric or Public Service Electric will continue to be responsible for maintaining the existing network of wires, pipes and poles, other licensed suppliers can now provide the electricity at lower rates. It's the same electricity only at a lower price. The relationship with your business or household does not change and your utility company will continue to bill you each month and service your account. And, if you have a service contract with either PSE&G or JCP&L or if you are enrolled in budget billing, nothing changes. Except every dollar saved goes directly into your pocket. IConnectEnergy and Verde Energy are offering all businesses and residences in NJ reduced pricing which can lead to documented savings of over 15% a month on the supply portion of your electric bill. Additionally, a $50 check is issued to each business or residence for signing up. There are no contracts to sign and the enrollment takes just minutes.. Customers can visit the website to enroll and receive information about their $50 rebate check and discount of up to 15% or more. All of this is at no cost to the business or consumer. From your internet browser enter or copy and paste. It's that simple and you'll see the savings each and every month for your home or business in your wallet. Go to and start saving today:
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