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So, being in Canada, I figured that would be good news (after all, most books get North American rights so it shouldn't be copyright issues, and our networks work similarly so it shouldn't be a technology issue...)
Then I see that Canada is not on the list! but Belarus is... Kindles must have a big target market in Belarus that I was unaware of.
Sony will have on the next release estimated to be Dec. But even there it may be different countries needing different settings.
From the website:
3G Wireless: 3G wireless lets you download books right from your Kindle; no annual contracts, no monthly fees, and no hunting for Wi-Fi hotspots
International Coverage: Enjoy 3G wireless coverage at home or abroad in over 100 countries
More info here: http://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Reading-Display-International-Generation/dp/B0015...
Possible theory found on the net is that the US deal between Amazon and Sprint was actually through a third party entity (a MNVO) Jasper Wireless. A qhick glance at Jasper Wireless' website shows the company has only two offices... the US office in Sunnyvale CA and the office in the UK. The access maps provided on Amazon's website show the US coverage map and a Worldwide coverage map... if you click on the worldwide coverage map all you see if is a map of Europe and surrounding areas, not the world.
Not sure if the theory is accurate, but it is a possible explanation for no Kindles in Canada for now.
Here is the link to the article I can across: http://indexmb.com/why-no-kindle-in-canada-ever-heard-of-jasper-wireless/
Here is the most recent link: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/technology/telecom-competition-behind-kindle...
Hope the link works... I noticed that is scrolled to the second line....