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Free Ringtones For Mobile Phones
Free ringtones have become rather popular as marketing tools and promotional giveaways, and there isn't always a catch. Mobile phone ringtones for free are just a quick and entertaining way to get the word out, musically or otherwise. [MORE...]
You are not alone if you would like to customize your mobile phone with free ringers, like these Handango tones. If so read on because you are on the right track. If instead of free ringtones you are actually looking for free ringbacks, then look here.
Ringtones are available from your mobile network carrier, typically on a monthly subscription basis. Some carriers may periodically provide free tones as part of special offers. Check current specials from AT&T Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and others.
Don't forget that free tones do come pre-loaded on most cell phones, although they are pretty basic. You can sometimes get more interesting and free ringtones from your phone manufacturer's website.
In some cases, the closest offer to a free tone is the preview available to you before purchasing a ringtone.
If you just can't get enough of the Vuvuzela horn from the 2010 World Cup Soccer events in South Africa, there's a free ringtone for that. Thanks to AppTech Corp., the buzzing sound of the Vuvuzela will live on long after the thrilling soccer games.
Said AppTech VP Sean Connolly: "We invite world football (soccer) fans throughout the world to download a Vuvuzela ringtone and recreate the noise that will forever be associated with the 2010 World Cup Games."
Mobile phone ringtones have gone wild, as in ape wild. If that got your attention, it's just what the Center for Biological Diversity was hoping. The non-profit center is letting you download free animal tones to help educate people about rare and endangered wildlife.