To search for a plan in your service area, simply go to the Southern Federal home page and enter the Zip Code for your service address. Select the plan you wish to switch to.
There are 2 ways to enroll with Southern Federal: Online - You can enroll using our quick self-serve online enrollment form. Simply enter your Zip Code on the Southern Federal home page to select a plan in your area. Telephone - You can speak with one of our Customer Care agents to enroll over the telephone. Dial 1-844-644-0474 to speak with an agent.
If you have questions about your Southern Federal electricity bill, you can reach us toll free at 1-844-644-0474. A Customer Care agent will be ready to assist you. You can also view our Contact Us page for ways to connect with us.
You will receive your bill directly from Southern Federal. Your different bill payment options are outlined within your bill. Review your bill for payment options.
Yes. If you are enrolled with Southern Federal your electricity bill will come directly from us instead of your local Utility.
State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) - www.seco.cpa.state.tx.us Department of Energy (DOE) - www.energy.gov Texas is Hot - www.texasishot.org
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