I was looking through a Yahoo group and noticed this post: Verizonwireless has changed its policy with Express Network service (your cell acts as a modem for a computer/notebook) on June 2nd allowing anyone who changes their service plan to unlimited nights and weeks. This allows you to access the internet for free after 9:01pm until 6:30am and on weekends. If you use it during peak hours, ExpressNetwork will use your peak minutes instead. To sign up for this, just call up verizon and as them to changes to americas choice (this is what I did) and ask for free nights and weekends. The verizon CSR's computer will automatically add ExpressNetwork(+$0.00) to your account as addition features on your bill. There is NO SEPERATE CHARGE for the use of Express Network. I just changed my plan over to this and there was no problems. If your CSR says something else different, hang up and call back. Don't except a lie from them. I, myself, am a Verizon Agent and I saw this feature when I signed up a new customer recently. I thought to myself, yeah RIGHT! but thought I would ask here, as there is a bit more credibility to be had Is this guy just confused about the quick2net 14.4 connection? or did Verizon really change their policy? If that is the case, I take back the $20 Thanks again. Oh BTW, I know I should have posted this in the central forum, but I like it here better.