Last month, it was revealed Quebec wireless company Videotron was set to launch a new flanker brand called Fizz Mobile. At the time, Fizz Mobile said it would offer wireless coverage for customers in Quebec and the Ottawa region and wanted to find beta testers for their BYOD (bring your own device) plans.
Now that the first beta testers have started to use Fizz Mobile, plans and pricing options have been revealed, as shared by an Ottawa user on Reddit.
Check them out below, for monthly plans with unlimited Canada-wide calling, unlimited texting, voicemail, call display and the other usual extras:
- $35 for 1GB
- $42 for 2GB
- $46 for 4GB
- $49 for 6GB
- $56 for 8GB
- Unlimited Canada/USA roaming: $8 per month
- 1000 International long distance minutes: $5 per month
- Extra data: $5 for 2GB
Also, what’s interesting is Fizz Mobile will reportedly see your unused data carry over into your next 2-3 billing cycles. Fizz Mobile customers will also be able to gift data to other subscribers as well.
Currently, there are double the data promos from Fido, Virgin Mobile and Koodo in Quebec, offering plans with up to 10GB data for $56 (instead of 5GB). So once these promos end, Fizz Mobile pricing may slightly undercut Big 3 flanker brands for customers in Quebec and the Ottawa area.
Right now, Fizz Mobile beta testers are being charged $3 for 2GB of data; $4.50 for 4GB of data with unlimited texts and calls; $5.50 for 8GB of data with unlimited texts and calls.