Québec plan versus Canada plan?

edivad Posts: 11
If I'm on the Quebec plan and want to go to Ottawa, will I be charged roaming? Or does it depend on if you're outside coverage zone?


  • KingKong
    KingKong Posts: 464
    Yes unfortunatly you will get charged but you can still receive calls for free.
    The best thing to do would be to get a Canada plan for only 2$ Extra if you plan to travel many times to Ontario.
    If you have more questions you can contact the customer Service either on Facebook messenger (https://facebook.com/fizzca.) or Fizz Website by oppening this link (https://fizz.ca/fr/faq/comment-gerer-le-rendez-vous-avec-...) and simply scroll down until you see the Green Bubble, Click on it to start your Chat session with the customer service. Good Luck, they will be able to help you ! ! :)
  • MichelP
    MichelP code de référence: YJRSP, referral code: YJRSPPosts: 8,707
    You will be obliged to buy add-on on your plan or add some money in your wallet and paying per usage.
  • Whizz
    Whizz Posts: 8,837

    Hi @Edvad,

    You won't be charged roaming as there are no overage charges with Fizz :) But, if you would like to you use your services and you have Quebec coverage, you can either add money to your wallet or purchase an add-on as @michelP stated :)




  • You will be charge
  • Hello edivard,
    Add money in your wallet or get an add-on so you can use your services.
    Have a great day !
  • Mike
    Mike Voici mon code de référence => K61CD <= Here my referral code => K61CD <=Posts: 18,420
    Hi Jay,
    I believe that Ottawa is considered covered in the Quebec coverage, therefore NO CHARGE!

    The Quebec coverage area also includes the Ottawa region.
  • Sebastien
    Sebastien Posts: 2,141
    3 solutions : took an add-on, put money on wallet or switch to Canada plan
  • EdmTrance
    EdmTrance Posts: 2,814
    Hi Edivad! Thanks for your fantastic question.
    Hi, you won't be charged!
    It's been a pleasure to assist you today. If you have any further questions don't hesitate to ask.
    Don't forget to mark this answer as the best answer! :)
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