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Free Ringtones Con

One of the things I see really frequently online is people advertising free ringtones, 100% free ringtones and similar attractive propositions. In almost every case though it is just a con to get the mobile phone user to sign up to a ringtone subscription service costing £12 or more every month. The instructions to unsubscribe are given at the time of signing up but I bet they are never confirmed by writing or email to the hapless user. These free ringtones deals are nothing of the sort and are simply a misleading way to rip off money from predominantly young and unsuspecting mobile users. There are so many people out there looking for free ringtones that even once they have ripped off money from one user, another will step in to take his place in the elusive search for a truly free rintone. In my view its criminal and should be stopped.

Free Motorola V3 Ringtones

One of the gadgets that came with the Motorola V3 I received last month was a USB cable and some software called Motorola Phone Tools. Initially I was using it to transfer photos to my PC but then came across a ringtone feature in the software. This lets you take MP3s that youve got stored in your computer and edit them down to a ringtone then transfer them to your phone. It works really easily and thanks to this Ive now got free ringtones for my Motorola V3.
The Ringtone generator allows you to take a sippet from the song you want so that you are not filling your phones memory with the entire file. The transfer takes just a few seconds and I doubt Ill ever pay for a ringtone again. Free Motorola ringtones - superb.

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