Summary: I recently purchased a Nokia cell phone model 6263 (for T-Mobile) from a dealer in Hong Kong through eBay, it was in deed a 6263 but would not allow certain T-Mobile functions such as, multi media server - favorite five - T- Zone - downloads of pictures - games - ring tones or video text. I think the problem with the Hong Kong phone is it was made to accommodate both AT&T and T-Mobile.
Summary: We have three Nokia 6263's, all of which have developed the same problem. They no longer pick up a signal. I replaced one of them before I realized that it was all of the phones and not just one. I'm greatly regretting that. We have had the phones less than six months. These are most obviously disposable phones, only good for short term use. I am very disappointed in Nokia. Don't waste your time or money on this model.
Excerpt: The features and size of this phone would be a winner for me except that the screen has now gone black on two seperate models and T-Mobile is sending me a third. Although my rep says he has never seen any returns on these I gotta believe that the identical failure means there is a flaw in their screen connection. I bought this model instead of the Nokia 5310 that had poor voice quality. Next time I'd go Motorola!
Excerpt: I bought this phone last week. The battery is being drained after 12-hours of stand-by; not even talking on the phone. The voice clarity is very bad. Nokia should recall this model. Take my advice, and never buy this phone.