Ok folks, I know we've heard this before and in fact there's actually a thread out there about Verizon tech spilling the beans in respect to Wi-Fi calling. But I have direct information as a result of a conversation today with a Verizon technician myself. I was in the process of changing my pricing plan to obtain more minutes as I've exceeded my 2000 phone call minute allotment for the month under my Nationwide Calling plan with Unlimited Data on two lines. In the process I questioned when Wi-Fi calling was coming and the Verizon technician informed me that it actually will be starting July 25th 2015. I said to her I've heard it before and not that I don't believe you but are you absolutely sure and when will be announced? She informed me that it was actually on her system she was looking at the screen at that moment showing the start date of July 25th and she said the announcement is expected to be July 1st. I then asked how the program will start and whether or not they're needed to be any changes to the pricing plans or upgrades to the phone. She indicated that this will come out as an over the air update to our phones and automatically be implemented. But of course like most programs that are automatically updated you'll probably have to go into a menu setting and change something. Now again I know we've had people say things are going to happen and then they don't happen but I'm giving it to you straight from my mouth (the horse's mouth), and coming directly from a Verizon technician who was extremely competent and very professional and very helpful. So then I further inquired as to how the program works and whether or not making phone calls over Wi-Fi we're going to impact the number of minutes used. She informed me that no, any phone calls made over Wi-Fi calling do not count towards your minute allotment for those on unlimited data plans like myself where I'm charged per minute for phone calls as they would normally, since they're not going over the cellular network. Furthermore, they also don't count towards your data usage if you're on a tiered data plan since again you're not using Verizon's network to transmit the data. In other words if you're on a higher pricing plan with more minutes or more data and you have Wi-Fi available to you the greatest percentage of time during the day whether at home or at work, you should in fact be able to reduce your pricing plan and save money monthly as I expect to be able to do myself. Right now I'm paying $90 a month for 2000 minutes and I should be able to go down to 700 minutes at $60 per month saving 30 bucks a month just because I won't be using the cellular for the greater percentage of my phone calls. I'll lose the 10 free calling "Friends and Family" phone numbers I'm allowed to designate, but that shouldn't be a big deal. So there you have it folks, as they say don't shoot the messenger (but you may in fact want to pat me on the back)!