Well this is fun, apparently Rogers Wireless -- and likely FIDO -- is set to offer a UMA service (to bridge their GSM network with your home network) come May this year. Purportedly dubbed the Rogers Home Calling Zone, the service would roll out to consumer customers -- no mention in the "news" about Business, yet -- for $15 a month for local calling and $20 for unlimited long distance in Canada. The BlackBerry Pearl 8120 and a lower-end Nokia handset are apparently the launch handsets for the service -- if it proves true, and we think it likely will. You can expect more news once we get it, of course.