Hi, I'm using an Eris and I'd like to try to reduce my monthly costs if possible. There's a few things I don't understand completely. First, on Verizon's website, they have both a 29.99 "unlimited" data plan and a 9.99 25mb data plan. Can the Eris use the 9.99 plan or am I stuck with 29.99? I do use Google Voice for all my calls and texts. I've never had a problem with the text portion of GV, but lately and more increasingly, when I try to call someone using GV, it will fail and ask me if I want to retry the call using GV or if I want to dial the call normally. Redialing the number, without going through GV, works everytime. Redialing with GV sometimes gives me the same error popup and other times it'll go through. What is making this happen? Is it based on my location? My Settings? Is there an easy fix? Initially, I started out with the 49.99 450 minute calling plan but being excited with having a new toy, I ended up nearly going over my minutes, so I upgraded to the regular 900 minute plan. It did not include Friends & Family. Later I decided that maybe if I went with the 900 minute plan that DID include Friends & Family, I could pay a little extra and in the long run, save a lot, due to making my GV# one of the 5 Friends & Family numbers. However, after reviewing my bills the past few months, I'm not really seeing that it matters much. Every single listing that has my GV# on it, only says "1 minute". Does it just say that by default, even if I make an hour long call through my GV# that's on the Friends & Family plan? It's hard to know if I'm actually saving myself minutes when it doesn't seem to tell me exactly how many minutes had been used. For example, this past month, I used a whopping 96 of my 900 minutes according to my bill. That to me, says I need a lesser plan. Unless I can find out exactly how many minutes it would have been without using GV, it seems like I'm paying for way too many minutes. Is this making any sense? For anyone that is still reading this and willing to help, I also have a question about something I keep hearing about in Google Voice threads, which is this "push" notification stuff. What does it mean? What does it do for me? With the newest version of Google Voice that provides this feature, I can't find an option to turn it on. Is it just something that's always on? Kind of confused about all of this and any help with any of the above is greatly appreciated. Thanks for reading.