I just recently switched from Verizon to AT&T for the iPhone. I do quite a bit of texting to friends all over the country and some in Canada. My question is I just received my first bill and noticed I have been getting charged .25 per text to a few of my friends in Canada and it shows up as INTL TXT (I'm guessing International Text). On Verizon that never happened it was considered Domestic and showed up as omestic Text" (note: they were not considered IN so that is not part of the issue either). Is that normal? I also changed my iPhone 1500 text plan to the B2B1500 for $8.99 could that have any effect on the charges? or does AT&T always consider Canada International? It's not that big of a deal I can get around it using AIM to send my messages to them and avoiding the 25 cent fee, but directly texting is just easier so I'd like to maybe figure this out.