I am not sure about the rest of you original iPhone owners, but I have been angered by the fact that AT&T allows the iPhone 3G users on a family plan to use the $30 unlimited text messaging plan while us original adopters are required to pay the separate fees because our "internet" plans are different. Well, I have 3 original iPhones on a family plan. When the iPhone 3G came out and I had learned that it was possible to get the $30 unlimited texting plan on them I called up an asked if my original 3 iPhones could do the same. Of course I was told some B.S. schpeel and long story short they denied me of that and I was forced to switch to unlimited texting for one phone and 1500 for another (didn't want to pay for two phones for unlimited texting and get raped). Unlimited texting is $20 on top of the iPhone data plan for the original iPhone and the 1500 text plan is $10. However, today was my lucky day. After having to contact AT&T about overages on the other two iPhones on the family plan without unlimited texting and after being fed up with the constant overages and deciding 200 and 1500 texts are simply not enough, I wanted to upgrade them. Again I asked if I could switch to the $30 unlimited texting for all three ORIGINAL iPhones. I was shocked by the representatives answer; he stated that in fact it was possible, but he could not take off money for the data plan that includes the 200 texts. After reconfirming about 10 times that it was possible for 1st generation iPhones and that I would not be charged $30 per line but for all 3 lines I agreed. This was no skin off my back as I was paying $30 extra a month just for unlimited for one iPhone and one with 1500 texts. I was both estatic and extremely annoyed. I immediately demanded that I receive reparations for the past overages on the two iPhone lines that didn't have unlimited texting as I was previously denied this option and the representative stated it was possible all along. After apologizing for any inconvenience, he reimbursed me all of the overages I have ever incurred from texting starting from when I began to pay $30 a month for the 2 extra texting plans. I was extremely pleased and relieved that I am finally not getting stiffed by AT&T and their texting plans and that they had finally done right by me by giving me back any overages I had incurred throughout the months. The reason I am posting this is because I wish to inform anyone in a situation similar to mine and help them out. If you have an iPhone on a family plan on the AT&T service and have been told like me that the $30 unlimited family texting plan does not apply, call up and complain and demand they switch it and if possible, reimburse you for any expenses it has caused you. I hope I have been of help or clarification. Tell everyone you know, I told many people and one friend now plans to get an original iPhone off e-bay and add it to their family plan but have previously resented such an idea because they didn't want to pay the separate texting fee. Please, feel free to comment and bump!