Answered question

To Fizz or not to Fizz? That is the question.

Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous cellular service providers,
Or to take Arms against a Sea of Fizz technical issues...

E
E

E

User level
Level
3
3348 / 5000
points
Mohammad
Mohammad

Mohammad

User level
Level
3
2349 / 5000
points

I used to be with virgin, i used to pay $40 a month fro 2gb and the usual stuff... Because of quebec number, or else i would have to pay a hell lot more. Same plan here is saving me $10 a month which is $120 a year. That to me is a lot of money. However the other factor is i dont really have to use my phone a lot, so I can deal eith the on n off situations. But its a different story for someone who is on the phone all the time, either have a backup srrvice or switch back.

Did you find this useful ?

No (0)

Yes (0)

0% of users found this answer useful

Other answers

W
W

W

User level
Level
1
520 / 750
points

Debating between going Fizz with 1GB LTE Canada wide $25 or Public Mobile 500MB 3G Canada wide $28 ($30-$2 autopay). It would have been a no brainer if there were no outages on Fizz...

Honestly, all the stuff they are experience is normal. It is a new company after all and if you think about it: You are saving loads of money per year if you go with Fizz. Sure they could have tested the grounds out more before launching the company to others, but even if you test it for hours and hours, you still wouldn't pick up on all the bugs unless you get others to start using it. I am also someone who doesn't use my phone to call or text 24/7 and I haven't even added data to my plan yet so the bugs others have been experiencing haven't affected me as much. But really depends if you're looking for a nice price for in the future (if they fix all the issues) or if you need your phone now and to pay more :o

Thanh
Thanh

Thanh

User level
Level
3
2151 / 5000
points

To fizz. Do it.