Hello, I was hoping to get some clarification on something a friend brought to my attention. It is his belief that call times on the iPhone used to begin at the point when the call was connected, rather than when you first initiate the call. I thought the call timer on all cell phones began the moment you initiate the call. He believes a recent change has taken place and that calls are being timed and possibly billed differently. I think he's wrong. In the cell phone biz, doesn't the phone's internal call timer start when you hit "send"? Hasn't this always been the way it was? Additionally, isn't it true that the phone's internal call timer does not correspond to the time you are actually billed (which time starts when the call connects)? Please advise. Thanks!