I use verizon.. a little preview of the old way of getting around voice mail charges that no longer works... 1. Create a Contact called "Voice Mail" 2. Under this contact, enter a phone number like this: *86TTT<your password_code_number_goes_here>. Each "T" adds a pause of about 2 secs (+/-), so use as many Ts as necessary. 3. Create a Voice Dial for this. Perhaps record "Voice Mail". Press the side Voice Dial button, speak "Voice Mail", and your phone dials: *86 ... connects ... pauses ... dials your code ... BINGO! connected. When I see I have a Voice Memo, I hit END then the VoiceDial button and say "Voice Mail" - easy in subdued light, while driving, etc. METHOD 2: As above, but make this *86TTT<your password_code_number_goes_here> number a speed dial. There appears to be a new problem?.... even when you call your own cell "with" your cell, when you get your bill it is charged as *86 with airtime charged? The only way around the charge is to call from a landline! Does anyone know another workaround so we can call voicemail from our cell without being dinged airtime?