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Topic # 8275 16-Jun-2006 23:39
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ok i am not sure if i am allowed to post this or not well we will soon find out aye? i couldn't find where they keep they chat rules on this website if you want chep ringtones and you are on the vodafone network then go to this website on your mobiles wap browser www.3733.com please note that some of the ringtones on the site are not compatible woth all mobile phones did anyone else no about this website?

i hope this post doesn't get delted i mean vodafone still makes moeny off the data useage

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Reply # 38813 16-Jun-2006 23:43
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Why would you go for "chep" ringtones, when you can get them for free?



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Reply # 38817 17-Jun-2006 00:13
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cos the only way i no how to get them for free is via inferred and sometimes the tones a locked and can't be sent. why do yuou no an other way to get them for free?

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Reply # 38819 17-Jun-2006 00:18
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Yeah, there's plenty out there, ask my friend, his name is google



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Reply # 38820 17-Jun-2006 00:28
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i have had a look  only ways that i can see is  useing a ringtone composer and my phone doesn't have one that you can enter the keypres codes or useing a data cable. listen mate r you going to help me?


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Reply # 38821 17-Jun-2006 00:35
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Sure thing.....Go to google.co.nz type "free polyphonic ringtones" and click I'm feeling lucky.



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Reply # 38822 17-Jun-2006 00:40
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tryed it i need a data cable or infered on my computer and i don't have one. that's me i can't get them so much for google

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Reply # 38824 17-Jun-2006 02:01
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cheap ringtones are not always what they seem.

for a user who is learning, they might accidentally browse around on wap, maybe screw up a download or five, and generally spend more on WAP charges than if they had just bought one from the operator....

Bluetooth and IRing are great ways to go for free ringtones, but otherwise, i just stick to the operators offerings...




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Reply # 38829 17-Jun-2006 09:24
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There's a reason why I would never purchase cheap ringtones: scam. Some companies may be ok, but most of the times what you are purchasing is a subscription service. Read the fine print on those TV ads for example. It's something like $2 per ringtone, but in small letters they say you are also subscribing to their service, which sends you up to three of four new messages every week, each costing you those $2.

I had e-mails from people asking what to do, since this can get into a quite havy bill every month.

The best thing to do? Invest that money in a cable and do your own ringtones, or use the ones from the mobile operator.

There's no such a thing as free lunch, anywhere in the world.


joe5600: ok i am not sure if i am allowed to post this or not well we will soon find out aye? i couldn't find where they keep they chat rules on this website
Every forum page has a link to the "Forum Usage Guidelines", at the bottom. Also, every time you post there's a link to the "Forum Usage Guidelines" just above the text area where you type. The guidelines are there, easy to find, just look for it.




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