I spent about 45 minutes last weekend demo-ing (not $downloading$) a bunch of ring tunes through "Get It Now". I purchased free weekends & evenings. Yesterday I looked at my current bill on verizonwireless.com to see how many of the few minutes I used up and noticed that my bill was about $20 higher then the cost of my basic plan. Whaaaaa? So now I've come to an understanding that "Get It Now" costs some additional charge (???) 1) Is this true? Is there a pay-per-use charge or pay-per-minute charge for Get It Now that is not covered under the *voice* minutes? After all, I'm surfing Get It Now to buy stuff. Am I paying to shop? 2) As far as verizon service charges are concerned is Get It Now the same as browsing any old WAP? 3) The free web browsing instructions on other threads, does that not account for basic web browsing? Is there yet *another* fee for surfing through the default Verizon portal? A fee that is in addition to using up *surfing* air time? Do the free-surfing instructions just bypass a costly Verizon wap?