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Disney characters turn into ringtones
Posted on 11-Jan-2005 07:56 | Tags Filed under: News



Listen closely the next time you hear a mobile phone ring and it may be a familiar voice asking, "Hello? Is anybody there?" Disney Mobile, part of the Walt Disney Internet Group, is now offering consumers an extensive array of character voice ringtones featuring the voices of their most popular Disney and Disney/Pixar characters. The ringtones are currently available to customers of major carriers in the US for a fee of US$2.50 per ringtone.

Ringtone voices from classic and popular characters including Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck, Pooh and Tigger, as well as newer characters such as Stitch, Woody, Buzz Lightyear and even Mr. Incredible from the Disney presentation of a Pixar Animation Studios film, The Incredibles, are available for download. A combination of ringtones featuring more than one character are offered for incoming calls, voicemail alerts and alarm reminders. Several ringtones and messages are available from each character. One of Mickey's rings will tell customers to "Answer your phone," and another Mickey message will tell customers "You got a message." One Goofy ringtone will say "Hello? Is anybody there?" and a message alert will tell customers, "Oh boy, you got some mail!" Mr. Incredible offers up, "Hello? Yeah, I'm Mr. Incredible." In addition to character ringtones, there are also musical ringtones available from Disney and Disney/Pixar films such as Aladdin and Finding Nemo, among others. For those who prefer images, mobile screensavers are also available.






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