Yes, I do! It's on ATT service, with full-size keyboard(which slides out), large, monochrome touchscreen, and large, black case. Ok, I admit, its not the Apple iPhone, but it's the Infogear iPhone. Actually, since Cisco aquired Infogear in 2000, and took all their trademarks, this is the original iPhone, carring the trademark that Apple wants. Actually, this one isnt bad, the internet is somewhat basic, but FAST for dial-up and the speakerphone kicks butt. I used to use it for internet, but I got DSL on my G3, so it's our home phone.