Hey folks new Android user. Searched through the forum and didn't find specific answers to these issues I am wondering about. A little background: I have been with Rogers for almost 10 years. I finally got sick and tired of their gouging and decided to move to Fido. When I contacted Rogers to find out when my term ended, they offered me a really sweet deal and they even added the LG Eve for free when I recommitted. Since my new billing cycle didn't start until the 18th, I was using the phone only on wifi to try out some apps. After the 18th arrived, I started using my phone and tried to take advantage of the new services Rogers had offered me. Every time I tried to launch the browser, I was redirected to the Rogers data access plans page. I found this bizarre, since the plan I got included unlimited WAP browsing. When I called Rogers today, they told me the Eve is a smartphone and can't browse WAP sites (and that I'd have to add a data plan). They are reluctantly offering to let me return the phone for a phone that can do WAP natively (Samsung Corby Pro or LG Neon 2) even though I have used the phone for over 30 minutes (my call to Rogers today alone was 45 minutes!), but I'd really like to keep it, which leads to my questions: 1 - I have read that if I install a 3rd party browser (like Opera), I should be able to configure it to access WAP sites. a) is this true? b) what configuration must I perform? c) is there any specific browser that is better suited to this task? 2 - When entering phone nubmers for contacts, is there a way to add a pause? I use calling cards for most of my long distance, and I've always been able to add brief pauses in the key presses to enter the local long distance number, followed by the access code, then the actual number I'm calling. I can't find anything in the Eve's user guide about adding pauses, nor can I find an "additional keys" function (like I'm used to with my Treo). 3 - I've noticed that the Eve tends to "auto launch" several programs without my input. Moxier mail is the most common culprit, but if I keep the phone, I plan to root that program out. There have been cases where the phone was charging overnight (I had killed all active apps, but left a few widgets active) and when I woke up, there was anywhere from 4 to 10 apps running (Moxier, Gallery, Messaging, Settings, Phone Usage, Browser, etc.) What causes these programs to autolaunch, and how can I keep them from doing it? I thought I had more questions, but my brain seems empty now. TIA for any help and advioce you can offer.