What is connectnow?
connectnow is a free moving home service for consumers.
If you're moving house - connectnow is an easy to use service that helps you to find suppliers in your area and arrange them all in the one spot. This service extends to connections for: electricity, gas, internet, phone, pay TV, and water.
We can also get quotes on bottled gas, a removalist, car & truck hire, cleaning and more. connectnow is an Australian owned and operated company based in Melbourne.
Why was connectnow created?
connectnow was created to help busy consumers save time. We provide a range of competitive suppliers and products and enable you to arrange all of these from the comfort of your chair without spending large amounts of time researching providers and calling around. We work with Australia's leading suppliers to ensure you get a high level of service and a competitive deal.
How does connectnow make money?
connectnow is a free service for consumers. However, to be able to offer a free service connectnow has entered into agreements with several suppliers. Under some of these agreements, connectnow is entitled to receive a small commission when a consumer takes up the service using our website or call centre.
connectnow has a panel of suppliers, and not all possible suppliers of power, gas, telecommunications services and other relevant services participate in this panel. In providing advice and recommendations to consumers, connectnow only has reference to those participants in its panel who offer relevant services in the customer's location (and not any other service providers). While the connectnow service is FREE, standard service provider connection fees and charges still apply. You pay NO extra charges as a result of using the connectnow service.
Where and who are connectnow?
connectnow operates out of its head office in Melbourne, Australia. The move-home service is available across both Australia and New Zealand.
connectnow was recently acquired, by Computershare, who are an Australian success story which employ over 10,000 people worldwide.