I have a 3g iPhone with AT&T and am going to be traveling overseas (England/Italy). I understand voice will be $1.29/min roaming with no long distance charges, $.50 per sent text message and the regular $.20 per received, and $.0195/kb for data. I obviously plan to turn off data roaming which I assume means I will receive no data charges - i.e. I could click on my mail or stocks icon and it simply wouldn't work/download data. If wi-fi is available overseas I could connect to that for free and then access email/internet free. However, I heard that the other hidden charge overseas is Visual Voicemail since it "downloads" the voicemails as data. If I turn off data roaming will that disable Visual Voicemail operability and data charges for it? Then I'd just need to check voicemail by pressing 1 like a normal phone. Or does disabling data roaming not disable Visual Voicemail and I could be charged data if someone leaves me a voicemail? And if I'd be charged data and I receive a couple voicemails maybe a minute or two in length, any guess to how many KB that might be about? If it is like 100kb that would only be about $2 so not a biggie. Just don't want a $10k phone bill surprise!