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- Transcript This is an urgent public service announcement regarding your current electricity bill informing you that you are now qualified under a recent bill passed in Congress called the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act permanently reducing your electric bill up to 60 percent through the U.S. renewable energy program the U.S. renewable energy program will stop the 14 percent rate increase on your electricity bill coming soon press 1 now if you are a homeowner and are pain more than one $50.00 per month for electricity press 1 now to stop the electricity bill increase coming soon again press 1 now if you are a homeowner and pay more than $150.00 per month for electricity and would like to stop the rate increase and if we have reached you in error and you want to be taken off the list press 3.
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