On my latest bill I've been charged for data usage. However, I have had the "Data Enabled" and "Data Roaming" boxes unselected on my LG C555 since I purchased it - the only time I use my phone to access the internet is when I'm on my home Wi-fi system or on the rare occasion I am travelling through an airport that has free Wi-fi and can't be bothered to open my netbook. And when I want to use the phone on Wi-fi, I have to manually turn the Wi-fi on. The usage billed isn't much but it is strange: 08:58:27 - .07MB 11:58:27 - .02MB 12:58:27 - .01MB 14:58:28 - .02MB 15:58:28 - .02MB For a total of .15MB, all on 13 Sep 13. This is the only time that I can recall being billed for data usage since I've owned the phone. Strangely enough, today, a couple of days after I received my e-bill notification, someone from a company on behalf of Koodo called saying she noticed I wasn't using my Smartphone to its full capability and tried to sign me up to a data plan. IIRC, she offered me a 'risk-free' trial with the first month at no cost, I had to pepper her with questions before she would tell me that unless I called to cancel I would be charged a monthly data plan fee, her response adding that if I found I wasn't making use of the data plan in 3 or 6 months I could always call and cancel. Now how is it 'risk-free' if I have to call to cancel? Weren't such sales tactics (of not being up-front and voluntarily giving the consumer all the information needed to make an informed choice) a large part of the negative option billing issue in the late 90's? Up to now I've been completely happy with Koodo. But this has given me pause to reflect.