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AGL was my electricity supplier for over five years - after deciding to change supplier I was hit with a $69.00 early termination fee

There's no more detail- changed supplier after five years and hit with a heavy fine.

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Thats normal, when u leave in the running contract period than they can give u a fine, if u leave after the running contract than they may not give u a fine

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