For example, users could download multimedia content from an information kiosk and eliminate the need for paper brochures. Business cards could also be eliminated as could the need to carry cash. Though they work in a similar manner, Nokia stresses that unlike existing key tags, NFC allows for two-way, interactive communications. Also, the company insists that the need for a password ensures an extra layer of security when making transactions.
While that all sounds well and good, it's a bit optimistic at this point. As I said earlier, the technology only will work with something that is NFC-enabled. And since the 6131 is the first NFC phone, I can't imagine the technology is widespread at your local Starbucks.
As for the 6131 itself, it's an attractive flip phone that's quite similar to T-Mobile's