Hi guys, I've had a great time arguing with Vodafone over the last 3 days - attempting to dispute a $960 excess data charge for my iPhone 3GS. (about 6gb's of download) As I only ever use the net on my iPhone to check my email, possibly use safari to read some news headlines & maybe send a high score for Angry Birds, it seems incredibly unlikely that I was using this amount of data purposefully. I'd really love to get to the bottom of what's happened, and want to find out if it's an app that is doing this - and if so, which one. The reason I'm not sure, is that i'm also experiencing issues with my phone (the battery depletes from 100% to 0% in around 2hrs). The phone is about to be sent in for repair - which may or may not fix what's happening. My question - has this ever happened to you? And were you able to figure out what happened, and/or sort out your bill with your phone company? Also, are there any iphone apps that will point the finger at which app might be consuming this data (if it is an app)? I have only been able to find data monitors - none that actually specifically name the usage from other applications. Many thanks for your time!