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Conspiracy?

What about the theory that Fizz was setup by big 3, and their plan from the beginning was to be intentionally crappy and "fizzle out", as a way of teaching a lesson to the cheapskates who try to save a few dollars? ;)

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Fizz is owned by Quebecor who owns Videotron, I think they are very serious and want this to work to compete more with other providers..

 

Bell - Virgin

Rogers - Fido

Telus - Koodo

Videotron - Fizz

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Fizz is great when it works, so no complaints, so far.

Is great to see more competition in the mobile market. If we compare the price globally, it's still expensive but is closer to a reasonable price.

Once Fizz fixes all the kinks, I feel it's going to be a great company. Data roll over is a great idea that is bound to change how competitors offer their service. More competition is for the best for the customers.

Hopefully, the competition will keep lowering the price and brainstorming for new features.

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I also think this will end up being a good service with great features. My belief is that they didn't expect the amount of people porting over to their new service in the amount it did and their service took at a hit.

The issues Fizz keep having now were solved more than 20 years ago when mobile phones were invented. I mean SMS?!?!?! Let's be serious! So, yes, maybe a conspiracy, why not?... Or maybe we, as customers, are some kind of lab rats in a beta phase under some genius new project of the communication industry, something like "let's see how much crap services a customer can swallow for a few bucks monthly plan".

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Fizz will be a good company if they fix all the issues. I like their data rollover feature. Companies like Fizz create competition, and eventually bring price down.

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I think they tried to create a niche with this data rollover, gifting and point system business but it’s been a colossal failure. That’s all.