Compare Energy Plans

Save time and effort by comparing a range of electricity and gas plans with iSelect*

X

Prefer to talk? Call 131920

*iSelect does not compare all providers or plans in the market. Not all plans or special offers are available at all times, through all channels or in all areas. Not all plans made available from our providers are compared by us and due to commercial arrangements and availability, not all plans compared by us are available to all customers. Learn more.

iSelect's top 5 tips for finding a good value energy deal

1. Don’t default to the default

Market offers will still almost always be cheaper or equal to the new default offers and shopping around is still the best way to reduce your energy bills.

2. Don’t set & forget

Retailers are now required to notify you when your rate changes or your discount expires. This should prompt you to compare plans to ensure you’re getting a good deal.

3. Flexible payment options

To avoid bill shock you can opt to pay your bills weekly, fortnightly or monthly, or sign up for bill smoothing, which divides your annual usage into monthly instalments.

4. Don’t be distracted by discounts

Some retailers offer discounted rates but these are often conditional. Opting for a lower ongoing rate without discounts can be cheaper in the long-run, especially if you often pay your bills late.

5. Shop around

Use increased energy competition to your advantage by comparing current offers. Call an energy comparison service and make sure you have a copy of your latest bill handy.*
*iSelect does not compare all energy providers or plans in the market. The availability of plans may change from time to time. Not all plans made available from iSelect providers are compared by iSelect and due to commercial arrangements or availability, not all products compared by iSelect are available to all customers. Some plans and special offers are available only from iSelect’s contact centre or website. Energy plans are available only for properties located in eligible areas of Victoria, New South Wales, South East Queensland, South Australia and ACT.
Feedback