As a general rule, is it better than "dial-up" WAP? And are there additional charges for making use of the service? I've always stuck to "regular" WAP in the past as I rarely make use of it, but I've just downloaded the WAP/MMS settings for my new handset from the Nokia site, and notice that the default setting is for GPRS. Should I instead set my phone up the way it was on my 6610? I don't want to have a huge bill landing on my doormat at the end of the month so can someone pleae advise me on the costs that I'm likely to incurr? I'm aware that you only pay for data actually downloaded, but how much, and what would "normal use" (looking up cinema listings for example) equate to in terms of information downloaded? (Roughly!) Many thanks, K.