Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) June 23, 2008
Moving to a new home just got dramatically easier, thanks to 2TurnItOn.com, a web site where consumers can connect multiple utilities, including city-provided services - for free! Cities across Texas, including Dallas, Amarillo, Conroe, Pasadena and Flower Mound, are already part of 2TurnItOn.com's network.
Consumers now can skip the time-wasting step of calling numerous utility companies to set up new service, only to be placed on hold. Instead, they can visit a single web site - http://www.2TurnItOn.com - to comparison shop and establish new accounts for a wide range of services including water, electricity, natural gas, Internet, cable and satellite television, as well as local and long-distance telephone, 24/7 from the convenience of home or office. Best of all, 2TurnItOn.com is free to consumers.
Consumers simply enter their name, address and zip code a single time on the 2TurnItOn web site. 2TurnItOn.com then automatically signs consumers up for each specific service they choose, and individual service providers send confirmation e-mails.
"In just minutes, a consumer can sign up for all of the utilities at their new home," said Howard Yonce, president and chief executive officer of 2TurnItOn, Inc. "Plus, we present them with specific details from competing utility providers, so they can choose the pricing and service package that works best for their family. The service is free and saves consumers significant time and money."
Cities across the United States are also signing up with 2TurnItOn.com, making it easier for them to connect new residents with water, trash and other city-provided services. Consumers can find a link to the 2TurnItOn web site from their city's home page, which carries an "activate utilities" button, or go directly to 2TurnItOn.com.
"2TurnItOn allows our residents to order utilities and town services online, 24/7 at their convenience - even before they move to our city," said Jody Smith, Mayor of Flower Mound, Texas. "And, it enables city staff to process orders during non-peak, walk-in traffic hours, so they can be much more efficient."
"We can sign up about six customers for city-provided utility services in about the same time it takes for a single new resident to apply for service in person at City Hall," Yonce said. "Cities receive accurate name and address information directly from consumers, and they save a great deal of time. And, because 2TurnItOn doesn't charge maintenance or annual upgrade fees, there's no cost to the city."
About 2TurnItOn, Inc.
2TurnItOn, Inc. uses proprietary and patent-pending technology to simplify signing up for utilities, both for consumers and the cities that serve them. On a single web site, consumers can get information, comparison shop and sign up for all the utility services they need - in just minutes. 2TurnItOn.com is free to consumers. Based in Plano, Texas, 2TurnItOn was launched in 2002. For more information, visit http://www.2TurnItOn.com.