Hi, I heard the strangest story yesterday from the guy responsible for the mobile phones in my company (our company has about 250 iphone 4 in service). One of the colleagues had 29 messages sent to a UK number on his invoice at 0,33 each. He didn't send any messages to the UK himself but he did send 29 imessages between the period of the launch of iOS 5 and his invoice. So every imessage he sent got charged as an international text message to a F-Mobile UK gsm. So his imessages were actually 6 times more expensive than normal texts. Even messages sent over WiFi from his ipad were supposedly charged on his phone bill (through his apple ID account?). I find this a very strange story... hard to believe... but I am going to experiment a bit with an italian TIM prepaid card I have got lying around... just to verify. I can find one more topic about this online locally, with a similar story but on a different local provider but nothing else... So I was wondering if anyone out here has heard about a story like this?