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How Moving Loop can help you

A cheaper deal

The energy and internet connection markets are competitive. It's worth comparing deals and plans from time to time. You could potentially save hundreds on your electricity, gas and internet bills.

Save time

Shopping around for deals takes time. And, getting stuck waiting on hold to speak to a representative is frustrating. You can compare the competitive plans and deals in just a few clicks.

Solar energy

Looking for renewable energy? No worries. Compare plans and explore options for solar panels and rebates.

Connect utilities and internet

We ensure your power is on, the internet is hooked up and that you’re ‘cooking with gas’ when you get the keys and walk through the front door.

Leave the heavy lifting to us

We make moving house easy. We find and coordinate a removalist to help you pack up and move to your new place.

There’s no cost to you

Our service is free to use with no hidden catches.

How to switch energy providers and save

1

Enter your details

Let us know your postcode, the type of energy plan you’re after and typical usage.

2

Browse and compare

Shop around for the right plan. Compare energy prices, rates and tariffs.

3

Confirm and switch

Read the fine print and confirm your switch to save heaps on your energy bills. Let us sort out the rest.

Moving loop makes the process of moving house seamless while helping you compare offers from multiple different providers!

Frequently asked questions

Have you ever waited hours for a file to download or your favourite YouTube video keeps buffering? Well, that is caused by slow internet speed or MBPS (megabits per second). This is how we measure the bandwidth of your connection. It's the rate in which information is uploaded and downloaded from the net. Everything we do online is impacted by your internet's bandwidth, from Instagram photos loading to an online game buffering. If you are more sensitive to load times when online consider a plan with a faster speed.

Solar feed-in-tariffs give you money back for any 'extra' electricity you generate and export to the national power grid. This is also known as a 'buy back rate'.

If you have a solar system that is connected to the grid, you will be eligible to receive a feed-in tariff. The money back will be visible as credit or discounts on your electricity bill.

When choosing a feed-in tariff, you'll have the choice of a single-rate feed-in tariff or a time-varying feed-in tariff. A time-varying feed-in tariff offers different rates depending on the time of day the electricity is exported to the grid. It provides higher rates during times of peak energy usage (at night) and lower rates during the day. So, make sure that you are looking at your whole electricity bill and all the charges because a higher FIT normally means higher usage and supply charges.

To start with, think about what you are using your internet for - are you casually browsing social media, maybe watching a little Netflix, or are you heavily streaming 4K videos, gaming or working from home and downloading large data files? Thinking about the general usage of your internet connection in conjunction with how many people are in your household will help you determine the speed you will require. Most often speed and data plans are reflective of the price so keep this in mind when you are looking at what you are willing to pay. Finally, the contract type. Do you want a month-to month or fixed term contract? The same plan on a different contract period will impact the price.

Generally speaking, NBN is the fastest type of internet to be connected. In some cases your internet will be connected in as little as a week. However, if you are in a new property it can take a couple of weeks or even months if new cables need to be installed. It is recommended you lock in your move as soon as possible so that any technical work or wait times can begin as soon as possible.

Depending on your rates and meter it might! If you are on a time of use meter, then yes, your rates will change during the day. Whereas if you are on a single rate tariff, electricity rates won't change.

Energy rates and concessions in simple terms is putting money back into your pocket to help pay for your energy bills. Some are simply added as a bill credit, others may be a discount added within the application process. Common types of rebates are for concession card holders, low-income households and people with certain medical conditions.

You will often see either usage charges or supply charges on your energy bill. Usage charges is the amount you will pay per kilowatt hour (kWh) of electricity or it's Megajoule (MJ) for gas. Supply charges on the other hand are the fees charged from the provider to have your service connected. You will pay these supply charges as long as your energy is connected to your home or business.

If you go away on holiday for a few weeks, your usage may be lower during that time, but your supply charge will remain the same.

The simple answer is no – not at all. Most of the time the same distributor supplies energy to your entire area which means the selected provider just needs to take over your account.

1. Start by selecting the type of energy you need.
2. Provide a little information so we can show you the relevant plans based on your needs for residential vs. business, solar etc.
3. If you are moving into a new property let us know and we will make sure that your power is on when you move in.
4. If you are not moving, please select if you have your bill available for proper comparison. We always advise comparing when you have your bills available as it provides a tailored result.
5. After providing your details click on how much you can save and you will see a list of all the available electricity plans from our panel of energy providers.
6. Select the electricity or gas plan that meets your needs and sign up online – it’s that simple!

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This Moving Loop platform is powered by CIMET. We do not compare all brands in the market or all products offered by all brands. At times certain brands or products may not be available or offered to you. If you proceed with a retailer plan through Moving Loop, both Moving Loop and CIMET may each receive a referral fee.

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