How to make $30 referring friends and family from Texas
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How to make $30 referring friends and family from Texas

Kevin Hoffman
January 25, 2022

Yippee-ki-yay, OhmConnect is live in Texas!

You may have seen the news that you can refer friends and family who live in Texas to OhmConnect. We’re rounding up the answers to all your questions so you know how to make $30 for every Texan you know (don’t worry, they get $30 too).

First things first: OhmConnect is a little different in Texas. In the Lone Star state, they have a  competitive energy market, meaning the ability to choose between multiple electric providers. The person that you refer will want to choose OhmConnect Energy as their supplier, naturally.

Since everything is bigger in Texas, we are offering Supersize Referral Rewards. If your Texas compadre signs up with your unique referral ID, you’ll get $30, and so will they!

Here’s how it works:

  1. Refer your Texas friends to OhmConnect using your unique referral ID
  2. Your Texas friend follows the prompts to choose an affordable, fixed-rate electricity plan that fits their energy needs.
  3. Once OhmConnect Energy begins supplying electricity, your friend will be able to participate in energy saving events and get paid when they save.
Benefits of referring friends to join a program or service.

We hope you're enjoying your OhmConnect experience and will let your friends know about us (so you both earn $30!). If not, let us know what we can do better.

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