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I only need natural gas in the winter to run my furnace. I have electric stove and water heater to try and save money. Even though I use no gas, The Gas Company charges fees that amount to approximately $30.00/Month. Before DeRegulation AGL didn't charge excessive monthly charges per month to maintain service. If I cancel service, I have cancellation fees and then in November when I sign up with another server, I have AGL hookup charges and charges by the Server to start Service. All Gas Customers were much better off with AGL who owns all the Gas lines. The Deregulation scam costs us dearly with no savings to the consumer from competition by the Servers. We at least need the ability to suspend service during the summer without paying monthly service fees while not using any Gas. Please let me know If I have any choices of suspending service or Canceling Service with disconnect & Connect Fees. Thanks, Joe Duncan

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