On tonight's Panel, George and the gang (including guest Inessa Frantowski) will talk Modern Communication - but to get to the root of the issue, you've got to go way back.
This week in 1876, Alexander Graham Bell, Canadian inventor, was awarded a patent for the telephone, starting a process that would eventually lead to this guy getting a $22,000 bill for data roaming.
Speaking of Bell, here's Jessica Holmes telling the story of the first ever long-distance call, which Bell made between Brantford, Ontario and Paris. Ontario.
No word on whether they were overcharged for the conversation.
Catch the Panel on tonight's show at 7pm.