Nokia's 6086 is not just an ugly clamshell that let's you talk over the Internet, it's an ugly clamshell that let's you talk over the Internet seamlessly.
Utilizing UMA (unlicensed mobile access), the 6086 can connect to service via the 802.11 b/g standard. This allows "for flawlessly switching from quad-band GSM to WLAN coverage, as the environment demands... making them completely transparent to the consumer."
Let's face it, we may be dork techies, but there are way more nerdy things we can be wasting time with than the signal of our mobile phones. Heck, they give technology a bad/good name. Drool for this tiny powerhouse overseas at 200 euros...we just can't get enough UMA.