For instance in northern Ontario there is eastlink and with the recent passage of the new mvno law. I believe eastlink might be in an area to compete with the big 3 inside Canada.
If fairphone reached out to them being a localy owned(northern Ontario company by localy owned i mean) it might be a chance to break into the Canada market.
Does anyone else think that is doable?
Hi and welcome.
I guess that the carrier is not the obstacle to enter the north american market.
I guess its easier to ask the carrier to support the FP4.
Maybe you want to get in touch with the Canadian group
I just want to say I received my Fairphone from my family member in England a few days ago and it’s working like a charm here in Ontario! The Open Source OS works great with the carrier Fido.
Edit: some discussion here
Welcome to the community forum.
If you could bring your country to associate with the EU through a series of bilateral treaties in which your country adopts various provisions of European Union law in order to participate in the Union’s single market without joining as a member state (*) quicker than Fairphone can sort out
“complicated logistics, local legal requirements, high costs and different VAT regulations” to do viable long-term distribution outside of the EU/EFTA comfort zone … this sho…
What candian group? I’m new to the fairphone forum.
I did reach out to eastlink. My gut tells me there the type of company that would be interested in bringing fairphone to Canada.
I added the Link to the Canadian group here in the forum above, just click on it😉
I replied there. Eastlink might work with fairphone to bring it to Canada tbh. The company will need to do something to compete with the big 3 and they did reply to me and mention fairphone in an email from Matt(he’s just below the CEO of eastlink) anyway look forward to meeting more fairphone fans