Let's see if I can put this all together to make sense. When I bought my iPhone 3G I knew that I would not be able to send MMS, even-though I was paying for MMS in my unlimited text/data plan it would be ridiculous for me to be mad because I purchased the iPhone 3G knowing that it would not support it. Fast forward to June 8th, 2009. Apple officially announces a June 17th release date for iPhone OS 3.0 which will include MMS, but in a very snarky way advise that AT&T will not be offering this service until "Late Summer". June 17th, 2009 11:15am PDT I download iPhone OS 3.0. Now my iPhone is capable of sending and receiving MMS. Now I own a device that supports a feature that I have been paying for all along but have not been able to use. Up until today it has been my fault that I couldn't use this feature I pay for, but now it is AT&Ts fault that I can't use this feature. So now I am paying for a feature that I have the ability to use, but I am being prevented by my provider from using this service that I am paying them for. Am I the only one that believes that us AT&T customers deserve some sort of compensation here? I guess i'll do ahead and make a poll out of this.