I've got a question that I've tried to find out from AT&T's website and didn't have much luck. I will probably ask them but I'm afraid their answer will piss me off, so let me see if anyone here knows first. We gave my son our old 3Gs when we upgraded. I only opted for the 200 MB plan and made him only use wifi for internet (turned off the data signal on the phone). However doing so he couldn't send or receive Multimedia messages (pictures, mainly). We have the unlimited family texting plan on our account. I turned the data back on and the picture texts worked again, but they racked up data changes. Sending & receiving a couple pictures ate up about 17 mb of data. My question is, since iPhones apparently use their data allotment to send pictures, why does AT&T charge for MMS texting? Am I getting double dipped here? Note that I never noticed this before when it was my phone because I had unlimited data and could give a shit whether it cost me data to receive or send a picture. With the new caps it's pretty obvious.