Welcome to the community!
It`s interesting to see a phone getting back to basics. Unfortunately, I`m not sure whether it will function properly as a phone on Fido, though. According to the stated North American specifications, B2, B4, B12, B13, B17, B25, B26, that phone does have some compatible LTE bands or frequencies (see here ). However, it does not appear to have any `3G` or UMTS (WCDMA) bands or frequencies.
I understand voice-over-LTE (voLTE) is mentioned as a part of its specifications. However, it`s possible that functionality might not be supported on a device not available from Fido. There is no guarantee that certain functions will work on non-Fido devices. This notion is supported by numerous posts regarding trying to get the service to work on non-Canadian versions of devices Fido carries (ie non-Canadian Samsung versions) without success. If voLTE is not supported on that device, it would need to fall-back to the `3G` networks for calls. Unfortunately, that would not be possible with that phone.
While there is the possibility that voLTE might work with that device on the networks, the only way to ascertain whether it does or not would be to actually test it on the networks. According to their compatibility checker, neither Fido nor Rogers are listed as compatible.
Hope this helps 😀
Good morning @BHal55 , welcome to the community. That light phone looks really interesting. I found this information on bands and frequencies for Fido.
|B2 (1900 PCS)||UMTS|
|B4 (1700/2100 AWS 1)||LTE|
|B17 (700 bc)||LTE|
As Fido and Rogers use the same frequencies, if it works with Rogers it should with Fido. Hope that helps