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I used to have the lower "before release" fizz prices but had to switch provider for a while. Will I still be able to get the old prices as if I had stayed or is that gone?

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Nomdefoire
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From my understanding, it is now impossible to get those prices. Sorry for your loss, thoughts and prayers.

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I think that if you quit and after come back you will not have the low prices sorry

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I don't think so. Check maybe with customer care on chat, but I'm 99.9% sure it's not possible. Or post your referal code often on Fizz Facebook page, so you might got enough referal bonuses for not paying anything for a while? I got over 2000$ in referal bonuses.

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No it was only for those who registree back then. It's no longer available.

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No its impossible

Hi Jade,

Anyone who creates a new account or starts a new or different plan will receive the same pricing.

With this in mind, you can benefit from the $35 credit for new customer sign-up.
https://fizz.ca/en/invite-friends
Use a referral code in order to receive $35 until July 7 (after that, it's back to $25).
https://community.fizz.ca/questions/2198337-place-referral-codes
you can pick mine :D

Hello Jade !
No unfortunately, you an only keep those price if you stay with the SAME plan since it changed.
If I decide to change just one aspect of my plan (like change the coverage Quebec to Canada), I'll lose my preferred price too, eventhough I'm with them from the start.
Have a good day !

MichelP
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Jade,
It,s gone.
Sorry,
If you have changed your plan, you're paying the actual price.