I went through the motions of pro-order on Verizon last night and there's a question about whether you intend to use the phone abroad, where CDMA is not readily available. Well, I do travel out of the USA a little, not a lot, so I said "YES," that i would like the feature. When I get to the "checkout" page, I see that Verizon wants a hefty monthly fee for the GSM service abroad, whether I use it or not in a particular month. I'm wondering: 1. Does the 4S come standard with the card you need to set up a GSM account already in the phone? 2. If not, can such a card be installed, presumably by whomever might swap out a faulty battery on the phone? 3. If the answer to *2* is yes, can't you just arrange with an overseas carrier to buy a month's worth of GSM coverage while you are over there? 4. While you are using GSM somewhere, do you use your regular cell number or are you assigned a number of the carrier you are using at that moment? Thanks! I didn't see the answers to these questions on Apple's web pages or on Verizon's, either.