Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson Equinox cell phone is part of T-Mobile’s amazing lineup of phones. The phone is kind of new, behind released near the end of the year of 2009. It comes in three colors; black, blue, and red.
Summary: I recieved my sony ericsson tm717 phone to find that only the apperance of the phone was correct . As far as it functioning it is defective .. When you open the phone the screen will not light up , in order to see the screen you have to open and close the phone several times in order for the screen to light up, and when it finally does only half of the screen is visable.. I want my money back!!!
Summary: I bought this as a cheap backup for my own Equinox. Mine is beat up, and the seller said this one would be beat up too, so I knew this would not be a pretty phone. It wasn't, and that's OK. The phone seems to work fine, and it came with a charger so now I have a backup for my whole system for much less $$ than a new phone. It arrived very quickly - much quicker than I expected. Very happy with the seller.
Summary: My experience was good buying the sony ericson but there was a detail that in the picture the adverticement the sratches were not visible and i got a little disapointed but after all the phone worked out good.
Sony Ericson is good and the best. Never get intimated by its peers
6 July 2013
Summary: I bought this phone because this phone is performing like smartphone regardless of its size. Also, I bought this phone because of its features. It could make it better for upgrading. But just the way it is, this phone has never given me broken sound like high tech phone in it. This phone has a good better comparing with other phone. Nonetheless, Sony Ericson has always been my favorite phone I have ever used.
Sony Ericsson Equinox TM717 3g has something wrong with it!
Crystal Pollard, Amazon
25 June 2013
Summary: Something is wrong with my Sony Ericsson Equinox Tm717 cell phone. Sometimes when I press the phone buttons to access information, it freezes up. So far, eventually it will work...but I can't help thinking that I was duped. Surely, the person who sent me a phone knew what was wrong, or didn't test it enough.