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Topic # 4535 31-Jul-2005 14:49
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Hey guys, just wondering if anyone could help me fing a site to get free or cheap ringtones, games, pictures ect.... any hlep is appreciated

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Reply # 17317 31-Jul-2005 21:45
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Wrong forum, You should post this in CDMA.

Simply take a poke in there for ringtone/images/tonez sites, look under any phone. try searching for ".GCD files" or ".GCD support"

With Telecom, all phones are specially configured to not access the piles of the usual "free" sites. (the phones are, closed off, locked up, etc) Note that the ones which work will charge you a bomb in data rates. $50 a megabyte, or about 50c for a standard 10KB ringtone.

The only phone to work with standard ringtone sites is the Samsung 391 (.MID and .MMF)

WAP is the one area Telecom really need to address. it's TOO EXPENSIVE, Vodafone only charge $10 a meg (and you can get it cheaper), Telecom charge $50 a meg!

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