A sustainable and ethical smartphone

The Fairphone is easily repaired, recycable and more ethically produced. This cooperative owner explains why it's the future...

06/02/2019 20:04updated: 07/03/2019 14:47
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  • ZX K.
    13/03/2019 09:42

    Hi, I'm a student from Murdoch university doing research on ethical consumerism. Could I have a few of your minutes to take part in the survey? This would contribute to the use of green product. Thank you.

  • Rajvinder R.
    28/02/2019 02:46

    Waheguru ji

  • Nadir M.
    26/02/2019 13:23 ur country made Africa like that 😂

  • MD R.
    26/02/2019 05:55


  • Briki Y.
    25/02/2019 13:30

    Qd ss

  • Muskula P.
    24/02/2019 02:14


  • Vignesh W.
    23/02/2019 05:46

    All i see it as a way of advertising his product

  • Boy G.
    21/02/2019 05:01

    So informative and human reporting , hail !

  • Dor B.
    18/02/2019 00:36


  • Ratlle R.
    17/02/2019 17:45

    First of all they make the cellphone in the way that after about 2 or 3 years it broke's on it own (programate brokedown) so you by force of events have to buy another one !

  • Raihan B.
    17/02/2019 09:58


  • Shu P.
    15/02/2019 14:13

    the 10% of the money we pay for buying mobile should be distribute for those 40,000 worker kids

  • ᬳᬶᬯᬬᬦ᭄ ᬓ.
    14/02/2019 16:59

    Welcome to the hell.

  • Yacine F.
    14/02/2019 00:19

    Make it good mothafucka

  • Laxmi K.
    12/02/2019 14:54


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    11/02/2019 08:22


  • Michael M.
    11/02/2019 04:17

    Good job but it's still too pricey for me. Granted, it's about the same price point as the Iphone and given the comments below and the design I suspect it is meant to target that, but to me the Iphone is also too pricey and I use a cheap Android phone instead. Morals, though, should not be a luxury for the wealthy because the awesome God that created this Universe renders the command to heed them incumbent upon literally every human soul, and one thing I want as a person of relative economic disprivilege is that CLASS issues be taken fully and brilliantly into account when it comes to things like this because they too are equally a facet of universal justice(*) and this countertensional (not able to produce the proper word due to a persistent suppressor on here sadly) where one push for justice pulls against another should not be acceptable at all to any truly maximally conscientious soul, and thus there should be options on a lower pricepoint, e.g. $100-$300 range (roughly 250 EUR), even if it may need to be simpler, smaller, and/or with less features. That, or have some way to pay it off in installments with option to return, provided undamaged, if you cannot finish payment (e.g. unstable finances due to disprivilege). Phones are becoming more and more needed now and if I get rid of my current one I want the next one to be moral but I cannot at all guarantee I will then be privileged and think it odious if you have to be. (*) Lo! That stately pleasure-dome decree, beckons unto thee...

  • Angelo Z.
    11/02/2019 03:27

    Cool. Cool. Have you guys seen the new Samsung Galaxy?

  • Viktor C.
    10/02/2019 22:21

    What they will do if the mines are closed? Starving to death?

  • Muralidharan T.
    10/02/2019 17:19

    What ever phone they buy, use . Mostly they use to watch porn, take our shit faces in different angle and listen the same music again and again

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