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second line with same payment. is that possible?

I would like to add a second line and to pay the same amount with the same plan. is that possible.
In fact a couple of mounts ago I bought my first card with Fizz. now that I am satisfied, I will like to add my second line in my account I will like to pay the same amount and using the same plan. I would also like to keep the same number as we did with the first one.

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You can add the second line to your account and transfer the number.
In order to add the second line under your account you should activate a second sim card when you're logged into your account. Overview -> Create plan then proceed as per instructions.
This is the procedure to transfer the number to Fizz -
https://fizz.ca/en/faq/activation-how-do-i-transfer-my-cu...
New prices are valid since October 16 so you'll pay it for the newly added line. The price for your old plan will be updated to the new price in the early 2020.

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In your case, I would create the second line in a new account (another email) and use your referral code, so you will earn $25 in the main account and $25 in the new account. It's $50 in your pocket.
You can use the same credit card in both accounts without problem.

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Glad to hear that you are enjoying your Fizz mobile plan.

Yes you can sign-up for another line. Of course you will have to select a plan at the current price.

Thiago seems to have a good idea.

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If you activated the first sim card before 12-Apr-2019 then it's not possible.
If you activated it on 12-Apr-2019 or later then you'll have the same price sometimes begining next year https://fizz.ca/en/faq/important-information-mobile-membe...

Yep, different price. But still worth it. And you may take a more basic plan with less Gbs and then gift data within the account in order to even things out and save money.