Free Ringtones for Mobile Cell Phone

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If you want free ringtones and have a mobile cell phone with the ability to compose ringtones by entering in notes, made by either:

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  • Nokia, Siemens, Sony Ericsson
  • Ericsson, Phillips, Sendo
  • Alcatel, Panasonic
  • Motorola, Samsung

Than either MrTones , Best Tones, or Free-ringtones-4-nokia Are sure to have the ringtone you want whether its from the Mario Bros video game, the latest Nickelback song or Darude’s Sandstorm

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8 Replies to “Free Ringtones for Mobile Cell Phone”

  1. Good Day Guys.
    I think this website is great and really informative about cellphones. Keep up the great work.

  2. Hi, I was wondering if you could please advise me what web site would be the best to vist for a sony ericsson k750i.

    Thank you
    Suzie

    EDITOR: As far as I can tell the sony ericsson k750i comes with 40 builtin polyphonic ringtones and has MP3 support and a USB data cable and Data synchronisation software CD-ROM should have been in the packaging when you bought it. Therefore you may be able to move ringtones onto the phone from your computer

    Alteratively if you have access to WAP you can download ringtones eg: Inspector Gadget TV theme directly to your phone from sites like Lasyk Networks myK750 Ringtones

  3. 3gforfree is what i usually use but lately when i click ringtones, games, or screensavers is says some error. I want the ringtones but i dont know how to get it. any suggestions??????????????

  4. A classical music ring denotes a certain level of sophistication, or at the least a pretentious attitude depending on the person using it. If you are using a classical music ring you should know something about the piece that you have chosen, such as who the composer is. Nice posting, so informative. Thanks

  5. I used to love my Monty Python ringtones – but had to get rid of them, as the phone kept going off when I was meeting customers and ‘I’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts’ raised quite a few eyebrows.

  6. I believe a person’s ringtone is a like a little glimpse into the kind of person they are. So in a sense, I agree with Mark that a classical music ringtone would tend to make me think the person has a sense of culture about them.

    angrypenguins, that’s classic. Personally, I’m a sucker for ringtones like Brian McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry Be Happy”, it always seems to make me smile and surprsingly works well as an ice breaker or conversation piece in front of customers.

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