I am going to change my province permanently. Would you please tell me how I can correct my address in Fizz so that I pay the tax of the new province.
As mentioned earlier, you must live in the subscription area of the province of Quebec, which also covers the Ottawa area to be a Fizz subscriber. If your home address is elsewhere in Canada, you will unfortunately not be able to keep your Fizz services.
the subscription area to be a Fizz subscriber is the province of Quebec, that also includes the Ottawa region.
If you're moving to Ottawa area, here's how you can edit your home address:
*To change the address of your Home Internet, consult I’m moving. How do I change my address for my Home Internet service?
*You’ll be able to update your shipping address when you’ll have to plan a new delivery (for a SIM card or a Fizz Wi-Fi modem for example), and your billing address when you’ll add a credit card to your account.
I am moving to BC. Would you please help me out ....
And here's how to contact Fizz’s support team directly. You can do it by opening the following link: https://fizz.ca/en/faq/status-services and simply scroll down until you see the green bubble, than click on it to start your chat session with the customer service.
You can also do it on Facebook: https://facebook.com/fizzca.
-By private message on Twitter : https://mobile.twitter.com/fizz_ca
-Whatsapp : (438) 393-5814
Ok, thank you. My fizz plan is Canada wide, can I go to bc with my fizz plan, and then I change the provider? thanks
Yes, of course you can use your plan since it is still active, and when you choose to switch providers, here's how you will proceed according to the choice you make:
Log into your Fizz account to do it yourself:
To keep your phone number at a new provider, first and foremost, DO NOT cancel your current Fizz service — only active phone numbers can be transferred to a new provider.
The process is simple: tell your new provider that you intend to keep your number. Your new provider will contact Fizz to disable your Fizz plan. The cancellation will only come into effect after your new provider has retrieved your phone number.
Your new provider will ask you to identify your Fizz plan to confirm your number transfer. Before you call your new provider, have the following information handy:
If you are transferring your number over to another mobile provider:
- Once you completed your subscription with this new provider and requested the transfer of your Fizz number, you’ll receive via text messaging a transfer authorization request. This text MUST be answered within the prescribed time frame (90 minutes) to confirm your wish to transfer this number.
- If this text message remains unanswered, or if you answer after the prescribed time, your request to transfer your number will be cancelled. You will need to contact the other provider directly to initiate a new request.
- If you don’t receive the transfer authorization request by text messaging, contact the other provider directly to initiate a new request. If you still don’t receive anything with that second attempt, then contact our Customer Service team: log into your Fizz account, and click on the chat bubble located in the bottom right corner of the page during our business hours.
If you choose to cancel your Fizz mobile service before the end of your payment cycle, know that you will not receive any prorated refund. Fizz is a prepaid mobile service, and the choice to cancel before the end of your cycle is yours.
thank you, so I keep my fizz till arrive to BC. Then I will change the provider but I prefer to keep my phone number. thanks for your help.
Hello @SayyedAhmadKhadem, as others have pointed out, you must live in QC or the NCR of Ottawa to be a Fizz customer. You will have to switch providers. In order to keep your phone number, keep your Fizz service active until you arrange with another provider to port the number. It is an easy process but requires the number be active.
If you want, you could probably keep Fizz for a few months. Fizz might cancel your subscription after 3 months if more than 50% of your usage is roaming. Maybe you will get warnings before that happens and maybe that will give you time to port your number to another carrier. Maybe it will take them longer to figure this out. Maybe they will let it slide if you are not a heavy user. If I were you, I wouldn't be pro-active about this and would wait on Fizz to make a move.
Following all the other tips, keep it until you arrive in BC and asap change your phone provider by transferring your phone number.