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Which company has the best natural gas prices in Lithonia?

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Rates as of 5/20/2019

Which natural gas plans in Lithonia are the cheapest?

Rate Plan / Provider Term
$ 0.299 per therm SCANA Energy

Introductory Variable Rate Plan
1 month
$ 0.349 per therm Constellation

24 Month Metro Home Plan
24 months
$ 0.379 per therm Constellation

12 Month Metro Home Plan
12 months
$ 0.399 per therm XOOM Energy

SureLock 12
12 months
$ 0.419 per therm SCANA Energy

12 Month Fixed Rate Plan
12 months
$ 0.449 per therm SCANA Energy

24 Month Fixed Rate Plan
24 months
$ 0.490 per therm Gas South

12 Month Term
12 months
$ 0.499 per therm XOOM Energy

RescueLock 12
12 months
$ 0.529 per therm Infinite Energy

12 mo Fixed
12 months
$ 0.539 per therm Infinite Energy

6 mo Fixed
6 months
$ 0.549 per therm Infinite Energy

60 mo Fixed
60 months
$ 0.559 per therm Infinite Energy

24 mo Fixed
24 months
$ 0.559 per therm Infinite Energy

Nest Plan
24 months
$ 0.559 per therm Infinite Energy

36 mo Fixed
36 months
$ 0.629 per therm Infinite Energy

18 mo Fixed
18 months
$ 0.870 per therm Just Energy

Rate Shield 36
36 months
$ 0.880 per therm Just Energy

Rate Shield 24
24 months
$ 0.890 per therm Just Energy

Rate Shield 12
12 months
$ 0.930 per therm Just Energy

Rate Shield 6
6 months
$ 1.299 per therm Infinite Energy

Standard Variable
1 month

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Reviews from Lithonia:

Straight forward but easy process

(4.8 / 5)

  Customer service was polite and detail with explaining the process. Also they provided pricing and options for my situation which work out perfectly for my family and I. I have no complaints. Overall 5 stars for clarity 

Keosha J. from Lithonia
January 13th, 2017

Just Right for My Home

(3.6 / 5)

  The price rates are affordable for my budget. Unfortunately, the customer service is not that great. Long hold times on phone and very rude representatives. 

Kieshah E. from Lithonia
January 5th, 2017

Poor customer service

(1.2 / 5)

  Been with GNG for 15 years. I had a fixed rate when I signed up and never received any notices to renew or change. I was confused that my bill was going higher and higher each month and decided to check out other companies. On April 15 I called Scana and was given a lower fixed rate and signed up. On April 16, I received an Email from GNG offering a lower per Therm and 12-month Fixed Plan IF I stayed with them as they had received a request from Scana for a switch in providers (Scana uses their pipelines). It was only then that I found out I was on a varible rate! I wanted to stay with GNG so I called GNG because I didn't want to change after 15 years and customer service stated I didn't have to do anything like calling Scana because my service would not start with Scana until May 1, 2018. Mind you, Scana had already contacted them. I decided to call Scana anyway. This was on April 20. Scana said they couldn't cancel my order because it had already gone in. May 21, I received a bill for $100.00 cancellation charge from GNG after she knew FULL well before she took the order I couldn't cancel with Scana.GNG is shabby and treats their customers like puke. The State of Georgia does not have a Utility Commission for grievances so they do what they want to customers. Now I am paying 2 GAS Bills per month a budget reconciliation bill of $800.00 from GNG and regular billing from Scana. Never missed a payment in over 15 years and I feel like they took me for my $100.00. Will never EVER deal with them again. Their customer services rep. need to be told it's ok if they don't know the answers to questions. They act as if and tell you anything and the customer loses in the end. They misled me and I feel it was on purpose. GNG KNEW on 4/16/2018 that Scana would not cancel my service when I entered service with them and the Customer Service Representative lied about I "didn't have to do anything" when I asked specifically if I should cancel Scana service! I know what was said to me! 

Sara Wilson from Lithonia
May 21st, 2018

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