"This phone is AWESOME !"5.0 starson by peytonel
Pros: Free calling 24 hrs a day via Wi-Fi, 2GB storage, plays 3GP movies, MP3s (can use them as ringtones), FM radio, web-browsing via Wi-Fi and 3G/GSM, inexpensive
Cons: Not the prettiest looking phone in the world but who cares?
Summary: I'm going to keep this short and sweet since my summary says it all. ( BTW, I'd like to point out that I'm a firm user of CNET-Reviews and utilize the user opinions in the tech buying decision process.) I bought the 6086 the day after launch (Jun. 28th) and this is simply the best phone I have ever owned. The Wi-Fi calling feature works extremely well. It works best if you have the T-Mobile provided router (since the firmware is pre-programmed to give QoS priority for voice packets). T-mobile gives it away and it's a sweet way to extend the network in your home. If you've got a bluetoth enabled PC or Palm, you can transfer MP3 files to the phone and use them as ring-tones (no need to buy tones anymore), or bettey yet, just get a micro-SD, uploaded them via your PC, and slap the card in the phone. The Nokia OS includes a Java Media player. Since I have a 2GB card, I used my PC to convert episodes of "Sanford and Son" (my favorite sit-com) from DVD video to 3GP (which the phone plays) and copied them to my card. This proves you don't need iTunes or an iPhone to have similar features. It terms of value to the end-user, this phone simply can't be beat. T-mobile is the only carrier in the U.S. that offers this service. Because of the number of minutes I'm saving while at home and at hot-spots, I've been able to cut my minute plan in half (from 2000 to 1000). So there you have it, for $50, you'll have a phone that can do what no other phone in the world can do (not to mention save you money). BTW, I wouldn't trade this phone for 10 iPhones either.Updated
UPDATE: I was amazed to find out that the browser in this sweet little phone supports dialing phone numbers straight from Google. Before dialing, it even asks if you would like to maintain your internet connection to during the call in case you want to look up another number from Google. I'm sure this is a function of the browser and not just the phone itself. However, I must admit that when I saw Steve Jobs perform this feat when showing off the iPhone in the Spring, I was amazed. The fact that the 6086 can do the exact same thing at a fraction of the cost is amazing in itself. As a result, I will never have to use "4-1-1" directory assistance again. So there you have it, Wi-Fi calling, Google Dialing, MP3s, 3GP movies, 2GB of removable storage, FM radio, bluetooth, and a camera. Bottom-line, there isn't another phone on the face of the earth that can offer all of these features today. Hats off to Nokia and T-mobile for such compelling technology.