Bring your own phone plans

Your phone. Our plans. A winning combination.

Bringing your own phone and switching to Fizz is simple and even more affordable than you think. Any plan is up for grabs when you BYOP – no restrictions. There’s no connection fee and no long-term contract. Talk about a great deal.

How to switch to Fizz Choose my plan



Hop over to Fizz in 3 easy steps.


Check the compatibility of your phone with Fizz.


Create your account and order your SIM card.


Decide what you want in your plan and activate your SIM card.

We like to be different.

Data rollover

Instead of losing it forever, the mobile data you don’t use is automatically transferred to the next month.2

How it works

Data gifting

Fizz members can gift each other mobile data. If you ever run out, the Fizz community will back you up.3

Discover how

Free data

My Rewards, our loyalty program, has great rewards in store for you, including free data on your first day.4

The rewards


Flexible plans

There’s no fixed-term contract, so you get to change your plan yourself, directly in your account.5

How it works





Texts Unlimited
Minutes Unlimited
International Calls
BETA price $20.00

Bring your own phone. Create your own plan.

No plan is off limits when you bring your own phone. And without any long-term contract, you can change your plan any time.


Need to refresh your phone? We’ve got your back.

From the latest cutting-edge devices to Preloved phones at great prices, there's a phone for you at Fizz. Plus, you can pay for your phone upfront or break up the cost over time.

Why buy with Fizz Shop phones

iPhone 14 Midnight
iPhone 14 Midnight

Questions? We have answers.


Any plan can be your plan at Fizz, even when you bring your own phone. No restriction, just amazing choice and flexibility.

Your phone must be compatible with Fizz, as well as VoLTE certified on the Fizz network.

Check your phone here

Yes, but don’t cancel your plan with your current provider. Only active numbers can be transferred.

See the steps and restrictions

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