Tor project should sell tor applicances in every shape. routers, phones, desktops, laptops. Lots of phones/routers have GNU/Linux customizeable firmware. Nobody has taken upon themselves to offer up turn-key solutions/support for these.
Jolla Phone, Mozilla Firefox OS phone, Cyanogenmod?, Iphone, Ubuntu Phone.
You could configure it with tor DIY as you would your desktop, but for your grandma that doesn't cut the mustard.
That's why a turn-key service-offering like that would be best.
That would be something worth selling in little mall kiosks across the country.
To give you an idea how much people crave for something like this, the bitcoin(anonymity-related) Robocoin kiosk in Vancouver is a success in its first month.
Here is how I think things should work:
1)You could pay torproject a fee and send them your SIM/phone/ADSL-VDSL-CABLEMODEM router.
2)torproject does what needs to be done. i.e. flash the phone, flash the router, and automagically configure for customer to target isp/phone provider.
3)torproject sends you the appliance ready to go.
If you don't have a phone/router, it would be best to ask for recommendations from torproject what hardware can best support your digital freedoms and privacy.
At present, I prefer the specs and digital freedom of the Google Nexus 4. Ubuntu Phone, Android, Cyanogen, Replicant, FireFox OS can run on it. Iphone can be jailbroken, but the point here is to buy hardware that supports digital freedom from the get-go. Google sells all its NEXUS phones UNLOCKED as it should be and that's why I recommend the NEXUS 4 because they are well-known in the developer community. The NEXUS 5 is a beautiful phone, but at present it's hard to find other firmwares running it on it apart from Android. That's a bug and not a feature with respect to Digital Freedom and Digital Privacy. The consumer deserves the right of choice of OS on their hardware applicance be it phone, computer, router, fridge, coffee-maker whatever.
The IETF could put TOR in the plumbing, but it's not going to happen. It's not politically correct in some countries and that's why it's not going to fly that way. It has to be through some hardware manufacturers and let the consumers purchase it. CONSUMERS have all the purchasing power.
All we have to do is market digital freedom and digital privacy hardware and ensure it comes with a turn-key tor solution in it.
Torproject should be the ones providing that and receive some kind of fee for it.
Tails CD was close, but it has bugs and doesn't work behind routers. That's why torproject router/phone firmware would be important to have.