"Correction, MP3s can be ringtones!"4.0 starson by Romriech
Pros: Music Player, Camera, Customization, Call Quality
Cons: Slightly large, Disappointing Mac Compatibility
Summary: I've had the Nokia 6263 for five days now. I have to say, its very nice to use. One huge plus, at least to me, that was miss reported in the review by CNET is the ability to use any tone, song, sound, whatever as a ringtone. For some reason, this was contradicted in the review, but as a user of the phone, I can tell you, each of my contacts has a unique MP3 as their ringtone. The way to set that up is simple and straightforward, as is loading music to the phone. As a Mac user, thats about the only easy part of syncing with the computer unfortunately. No calendar or contact syncing, and note syncing is too much to even dream about. Luckily there is a handy (and free) contact sync option on my.t-mobile.com that I found very helpful, although they don't allow you to import vcards unfortunately. The music player/video player/radio is great, as is the camera. I have consistently gotten more then a days use out of the battery despite near constant texting and listening. In fact I am very pleased with just about everything about the phone. And I would suggest T-Mobile to anyone. The service that has been recognized year in and year out for excellence lives up. Once it adds 3G, which I believe can't be too far off, I think it will take off. It is much cheaper, has far more options, and has a far superior way of dealing with its customers (both current and future). As previously mentioned, my.t-mobile.com is great. You can send pictures taken on your phone to an album on the web FOR FREE, and then download them to use as you with, and I love the fact that unlimited family messaging (including IMing) is so cheap. If you are in the market for a new cell phone and you don't need to use the internet on your phone for much, I would strongly suggest the Nokia 6263 and T-Mobile.