Fixed vs. Variable Rates – Which One Should You Choose?

Georgia natural gas marketers typically offer two types of rate plans: fixed or variable.

  • A fixed rate plan allows you to rest easy knowing your bill will won’t vary from month to month. It locks in a specific price per therm when you commit to a contract, typically between 6 and 36 months long. As natural gas rates fluctuate, your fixed rate is guaranteed to remain the same for the length of your contract.
  • variable rate plan, on the other hand, is for customers who prefer more flexibility. It doesn’t require a contractual commitment to receive natural gas service. With this type of plan, the price per therm for the cost of natural gas can fluctuate from month to month with shifts in the market.

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Rate Plan Availability

The highlighted counties are eligible for fixed rates, as certain rates are not available in all locations.*

Service Availability Map for Fixed Rates

*For further information regarding availability, please call 1.877.467.2262.