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The new prices are for everyone but like the other said, if you pay less with the introduction price(s) don't change.unless you want to modify your plan. I regret i was just too late to get the stabilization price forever :(

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Alfio
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Joined before October deadline but have not seen any change to my pricing yet.

Fizzy
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If the introductory prices were lower, why would anyone want to pay more?

 

Of course if you want to change your plan, You will pay the new price, same like everyone else.

GF,

Fizz reduce some mobile's plan today,
It would be a good benefit to those who have chosen mobile's plan after october 17 (at regular price).
Le rebate is about 4, 5 dollars per plan. Please, on Fizz's web site today.
Maybe, it's black friday's price promotion.

I see that Fizz lowered their mobile price plans today however I'm waiting to see if they are lowering their home internet prices on the 29th for Black Friday so I can switch from my current service provider to Fizz.

Nini
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No...but we might have a surprise!

Ricky
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"""
What will happen to the price of my mobile plan if prices change?

 

I subscribed BEFORE April 12, 2019: To thank you for being true ambassadors from the get-go, the price you are paying now will stay the same (1). If you change your plan, however, you will lose the price you are paying now, and regular prices will apply.

 

I subscribed BETWEEN April 12, 2019, AND October 16th, 2019, inclusively: When you subscribed to Fizz during the stabilization period, you were informed that your plan was to switch to its regular price once that period was over. But to thank you for your patience and collaboration, you get to keep the price you are paying now until early 2020. You will be notified of the switch to the regular price 30 days in advance. If you change your mobile plan, however, you will lose the price you’re paying now, and regular prices will apply.

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This link here has more information on the topic.

https://fizz.ca/en/faq/important-information-mobile-members-who-subscribed-october-17-2019

Khal
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These new lowered prices are still HIGHER than the introductory prices that you speak of. So you definitely wouldn't want this. Fizz is just throwing a bone to the new customers to give them a taste of what you've been chewing on for months.

Berts
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not for me