Hi, I had this on my Motorola Q with Verizon and it was just awesome. Now with the iPhone, I have AT&T's Visual Voice mail, but there are a LOT of limitations which Callwave seems to do much better: #1 - Missed calls - Callwave would always put a message in my inbox when I had a missed call with no voice mail left. This was especially useful when I was in a no cell phone coverage area, because my phone never rang, but i ALWAYS knew I had a missed call because Callwave would pick it up. #2 - Voicemail delivered to email as a .wav - As much as I love the voice mail on the phone display, sometimes it's handy to have it in my inbox. This is great because I can save messages forever, not be limited to storage and time constraints by my mobile provider. This is also nice when I'm at work because I can discretely listen to my voice mails with my headphones on without having to actually use my phone. #3 - Desktop Widget on a mac, awesome! Has anyone used Callwave Visual Voicemail with their iphone? Does it work well? To make it work I know you have to set up call forwarding and forward all calls to Callwave. How does the call forwarding get charged with AT&T? I understand it goes against your minutes, so if you get a 3 minute voice mail during the daytime, you get charged 3 anytime minutes, is that correct? But on nights and weekends, it would be free?