Frontier Utilities Energy Rates, Plans and Reviews
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About Frontier Utilities

Frontier Utilities is one of the top electricity companies in Texas. It was originally established in 2008 and is based in Houston. Frontier has grown to offer electricity services to customers throughout Texas, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New Jersey.

Frontier’s plans include several fixed- and variable-rate options, and you’ll find these offerings on the Choose Texas Power marketplace. Enter your ZIP code to compare energy rates from Frontier Utilities and other providers in the Lone Star State.

Find an energy plan with Choose Texas Power

Choose Texas Power makes finding find the right energy provider for your home simple. Our independent marketplace is free to use and shows updated, all-inclusive rates (not including taxes) for energy plans in your area. You’ll also find educational resources to help you learn more about the deregulated energy market, switching energy providers, and reading your electricity bill.

Here’s how to use our marketplace to shop for an energy plan:

  1. Enter your ZIP code to find and compare electricity rates and plans in your area from Frontier Utilities and other electric companies.
  2. Use our filter tools to customize your search. Read each plan’s Electricity Facts Label (EFL) for details about the rates, green energy, early termination fees, and more.
  3. Once you choose the best energy plan for your home, you can sign up in just a few minutes. Your new provider will handle the setup, and you should not experience any service interruptions during the transition.

If you have questions along the way, call the phone number on your screen to contact one of our energy experts.

Types of plans offered by Frontier Utilities

Frontier Saver 12 and 24

The Frontier Saver 12 and 24 plans are fixed-rate energy plans that allow customers to lock in their rate for one or two years. With these plans, you will receive a $50–$100 bill credit each month your usage is between 500 and 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) for the 12-month plan and 1,000–2,000 kWh for the 24-month version. They include a $150–$200 early termination fee (ETF) if you end your service before the contract expires.

Beat the Heat 12

The Beat the Heat 12 plan is a fixed-rate energy plan that secures your energy rate for one year. You’ll get a $75 bill credit each month your usage is more than 1,000 kWh. This plan charges a $150 early termination fee if you end your service before your contract expires.

Frontier 12 and 24

The Frontier 12 and 24 plans are fixed-rate energy plans with a contract that can last either 12 or 24 months. These plans don’t come with a credit for meeting certain usage segments, but you’ll pay a lower rate for using more electricity. There is a $150–$175 ETF if you terminate your service before the end of your contract.

Freedom MTM

If you prefer the flexibility to change plans anytime, Frontier’s Freedom MTM plan may be a great option. This Frontier energy plan doesn’t include a contract, and there are no early termination fees. Keep in mind that your rate can change monthly.

Electricity rates in my area

When you’re shopping for energy plans, it’s important to search for electricity rates in your area. Energy rates vary by location, primarily because of different utility transmission rates and government fees. The rate you may find in one area of Texas could be entirely different from the rate someone pays in another part of the state.

Choose Texas Power can help you find the most accurate electric rates in your area. Enter your ZIP code to find and compare Frontier electric rates and plans available near you.

Contact Frontier Utilities

If you have a power outage, contact your utility company, not Frontier Utilities. It’s the utility’s responsibility to restore power and maintain electrical infrastructure. 

You should contact your electricity company for other questions about your energy plan or bill. You can reach Frontier Utilities in one of the following ways:

  • Calling 1-866-926-8192 for residential customers.
  • Businesses can set up an account by calling 1-877-293-7535. 
  • Emailing
  • Logging into your account to review your bill, make payments, and more

FAQs about Frontier Utilities

What kind of electricity plans does Frontier Utilities offer?

Frontier Utilities offers a variety of fixed-rate and variable-rate energy plans to residential and business customers. Contracts last between 12 and 24 months, and several options offer bill credits when consumers meet certain usage requirements.

Where can I compare Frontier Utilities plans and rates?

Using the Choose Texas Power marketplace, you can easily compare energy plans from Frontier Utilities and other electric providers. Enter your ZIP code, and then use the filter tool to narrow down your results to specific providers, plan types, term lengths, green energy, and more.

Is a deposit required to sign up with Frontier Utilities?

For most Frontier electricity plans, you’ll have to pay a deposit when you sign up if your credit score doesn’t meet Frontier’s threshold. You may be able to request an exemption from this deposit, or you can see if you’re eligible for Frontier’s no-deposit, prepaid plan, Power as You Go.

Will Frontier Utilities charge me a cancellation fee?

Frontier Utilities charges an ETF if you cancel your fixed-rate energy plan before the end of your contract. Cancellation fees start at $150 for 12-month plans and go up to $200 for 24-month plans.

How do I sign up for Frontier Utilities service?

You can sign up for your Frontier Utilities plan directly through the Choose Texas power marketplace. Once you’ve entered your ZIP code and chosen the best energy plan for you, proceed with the sign-up process as directed. You can also call the number at the top of your screen to speak with an energy expert for additional help.