Get this phone if you want something stylish but simple at the sametime.
8 September 2012
Summary: Its a great simple phone that has just enough features on it to be anything but simple. It makes and receives phone calls and texts but it also has big font and big buttons to make it easy to use.
Summary: I decided recently to take advantage of Straight Talk Wireless' new plan in which I could provide my own AT&T or T-Mobile phone and use the Straight Talk SIM card. I felt this would speed up my data access. I was blindly looking on ebay for a used phone so that my up front expense would be low. I found the TM506 for around $20 and decided to take the plunge. My first impression was very favorable. The phone arrived in nearly new condition -- a big plus.
Summary: I bought this phone because i needed a phone that was simple and at the same time useful. I did not find anything that i dislike about this phone except the fact that it uses an M2 memory card instead of a Micro SD card which every other phone use nowadays. Overall its a good phone with really cool features, has a good battery life, and i would recommend this phone to a friend.
C. Dowson "not a product of her environment", Amazon
3 February 2012
Summary: First phone I've ever had break, at it's hinge. After... maybe 2 years. It has a great camera, which takes much better pics (in all kinds of light) than any iphones I've used, but with the unreinforced plastic at a place that gets the most use? Like much of Sony's design, it looks good, but doesn't cut it. I can still take pics of course, and make calls, but the phone flips like a broken cat tail. So. Not terribly useful.