I usually get a phone bill for my three wireless devices (two mobile and one data usb) - one of which I rarely use, the other I use all the time, and one is basically just there because of the cheap phones I can get on the plan - and I used to work for the biggest telco in Australia and now work for the second biggest, so my addiction to new phones and being on my phone has been well cared for! I have a BlackBerry 9800 at the moment that I am using on my main plan, the plan itself costs me $59AUD on the Telstra Freedom Connect BYO plan which gives me $800AUD in calls and mms monthly, unlimited text messaging to Australian networks, 2GB of WAP data usage monthly, and then I pay an additonal $10AUD per month for unlimited BIS usage. My back up plan is a Telstra staff plan where I pay $10 a month for up to $39 in usage, and regardless of whether I use it, I get a $15 credit a month against any handset repayments hence why I keep it around. I then also get the phones for cheaper too in addition to the monthly credit which is a bonus. I recently got the BlackBerry Bold 9780 for $15 a month on this plan but then dropped it on its face and had to claim it on my phone insurance. My phone insurance is also with Telstra (past four years working for them, I'm still edging out of their umbrella) and is $14.95 a month for a $250 once off cost if I need a replacement. In a month or two I will be claiming my 9780 with the smashed screen. $1000AUD phone replaced for $250AUD, yes please! I then also have a BigPond wireless USB internet stick which is $29.95/month for 400MB monthly shaped usage, and I basically have this on a plan because I wanted to keep my old email address. Waste of money originally but now it's handy to have on hand for laptops to access emails and whatnot when the wi-fi provided is shocking at hotels and so on and so forth. Altogether, and I apologise for the extremely boring detail of the above, my phone bill averages at $138 to $230 every month depending on my phone repayments and how much I paid previously (I like to prepay some cash into my account when I'm feeling a bit generous so my next bill isn't as big). *sigh* I wish we had minutes plans because I barely ever actually phone people these days.