best way for a Canadian to buy a FreeRunner?

David Murrell dmurrell at
Wed Jul 15 23:29:26 CEST 2009

My phone is currently getting its buzzfix applied by sdgsystems, and in
my dealings with them they seem like a decent bunch of competent people
- if I had the need to, I'd deal with them again. They answer the phones
and emails that I send them promptly and correctly, and getting the
phone fixed has become one less thing I have to think/worry about, and
that's great.

I should note that I haven't actually dealt with any of the other
companies here so this shouldn't be taken as comment against them.


On Wed, 2009-07-15 at 08:11 -0400, Warren Baird wrote:
> I live in Montreal and bought from Koolu a year ago - so I can
> definitely recommend that.   You could also check out
> in the US- they have both A7's and buzz-fixed
> A6's for sale...
> Warren
> On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 2:07 AM, Brolin Empey <brolin at>
> wrote:
>         Hello list,
>         I have decided to finally try a FreeRunner after tiring of my
>         Nokia 6103b’s limitations.  I have even started using a paper
>         todo list again for personal tasks because my Nokia 6103b is
>         limited to 40 tasks, but I would rather have todo lists in a
>         handheld computer, such as a FreeRunner.
>         Anyway, what is the best way for me to buy a FreeRunner?  I
>         want a buzz-fixed version.  I live in Delta, British Columbia,
>         Canada.  I guess I can either buy from the Canadian Openmoko
>         distributor or import a FreeRunner from the USA.  I live close
>         to Washington state.  My parents have a PO box (probably not
>         the most precise term) in Blaine, WA, so I could probably get
>         a FreeRunner shipped there and ask my parents to pick up my
>         FreeRunner for me the next time they go to Blaine.
>         Thanks,
>         Brolin
>         -- 
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