Sony Ericsson T715a Officially Released by Fido

The Sony Ericsson T715a mobile phone has now been officially released by Canada’s Fido and is available for just $50 based on a two year agreement, or on prepaid or without contract for $200 reports an article over on mobile syrup.

The Sony Ericsson T715a handset offers up a 2.2 inch QVGA display, a 3.2 megapixel camera with video camera capabilities, Google Maps, a Facebook application, SMS and MMS, Geo-tagging of images, MP3 player, Bluetooth and hands free speakerphone, and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.

The Sony Ericsson T715a mobile phone measures 91.5 x 48 x 14.9 mm and weighs in at 96.5 grams, and is available from Fido as of right now.


4 thoughts on “Sony Ericsson T715a Officially Released by Fido”

  1. Rejay14 says:

    Just got the phone today. It is well-bulit and easy to use if you have used a SonyEricsson before. The vibrating alert is almost useless in its intensity. It has a ringer like a real phone!

    You must use an upgraded SIM card. I used my 2 1/2 year old card and got “Not in Local Network” error. Activating the SIM card that came with the phone solved the problem.

  2. andrew11111 says:

    Well that’s not completely true as my sim card of 2 years worked just fine in it. The only complaint that i have is that the phone will not accept created ring tones as they block them. If anyone has a way around this that would be awesome.


  3. j says:

    i had mine unbranded the day after i bought it and i the phone will accept any created rings. you can have the phone unbranded online and i paid C$10 for that service. the menu display and wallpaper look a whole lot better after you debrand the phone.
    hope that helps.

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