thanks (by terry edwards, Mar 29th, 2012) Appreciated
Outstanding Red Team, Just Simply Outstanding!!! (by Carl, Mar 21st, 2010) I've been looking for such a ringtone for sometime and is not only reminiscent but also a relief to get away from the rat-race of chasing 'new' ringtones...
excellent (by jono, Aug 6th, 2009) nice one, Sharanjit. I remember the old-style phone bells and it's good to have one on my mobile. Thanks
Just bluff (by Stalon, May 27th, 2009) Cheater
I am loving this (by softera, May 15th, 2009) Excellent
great (by pc, Jan 14th, 2009) okay
nice (by joop, Jul 26th, 2008) nice to have
old phone bell (by Rissa, May 30th, 2008) would love to get that ring for my cell phone.
Gosh!! (by John Sundar A, Mar 7th, 2008) This Truly Rings A Bell!!!
Finally (by Panayiotis, Aug 19th, 2007) this is the best ringtone for my ears, i need this ringtone because of my i work, i can now hear my phone instantly
Yep! (by forestgum, Jul 20th, 2007) That bell was too old but its sound was original, I like that.
Old phone bell (by nautin, Jul 13th, 2007) I have not heard this sound for a long time!
Too old! (by billyoung, Jul 9th, 2007) I don't think anyone use it now. It's too old.
good ringtone!!! (by OldMan, Jun 22nd, 2007) It's same as my old phone bell since 1990 but I really like it.
Bell Canada is now offering video ringtones to its customers, the first of this
kind of service to be available in Canada. For $4 each, customers can download a
video ringtone at www.bell.ca/ringtones, then program their compatible cell
phone to play a music video when a call comes in, rather than just a simple
Compatible phones include the Samsung a900 and the Sanyo 7500 and 8300, with
additional phones to be added in the future. Videos can be purchased directly
from the cell phone, or via PC, and are available from artists like Warner
Music’s Red Hot Chili Peppers, Green Day, Sean Paul and Billy Talent.
"Video ringtones from Bell allow customers to instantly listen and watch their
favourite digital music videos from almost every genre including R&B, hip-hop,
country, and rock, offering the ultimate wireless experience for customers that
want to personalize their mobile phone with a sense of style and function that
is truly their own," said Ken Truffen, Director, Wireless Business Development,
"Video ringtones are another exciting development in the world of mobile music,”
added Steve Kane, President, Warner Music Canada. “Warner Music Canada is
committed to delivering music directly to the fan, wherever they may be and what
better avenue than through the mobile phone."
Bell Canada also announced an exclusive Red Hot Chili Peppers contest to
celebrate the launch of video ringtones. Any customer that downloads a Red Hot
Chili Peppers video ringtone between August 11 and September 30, 2006 will be
eligible to win a trip for two to Milan, Italy, including a pair of tickets to
see the band play live on November 29, 2006. The grand prize includes return
airfare for two, three nights accommodation, $500 in spending money, and more.
Additional prizes include three pairs of concert tickets to Red Hot Chili
Peppers performances in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg,
Toronto, Montréal and Québec City. For more information, and for additional ways
to enter, visit www.bell.ca/mobilitycontests.
If there’s a marked difference between the top selling albums and the most
in-demand tones, it’s because, ringtones are a marketing tool that build hype
for an upcoming film.
So, a service provider’s list of top tones is a combination of what subscribers
download and what marketing has been asked to push.
Another reason why it’s unlikely we’ll see a Crazy Frog type tune at the top of
our tone charts is that not many people have phones that support voice-based
tones or true tones.
‘‘Of the roughly 3,00,000 tones downloaded daily, 80 per cent are monophonic,’’
says Nitin Ahuja, business manager at BPL Mobile. Industry folks, however, are
optimistic that things will change. ‘‘Give it six months. As more consumers go
in for high-end phones, true tones will overtake others,’’ says Sanjay Sinha,
mobile product manager, Yahoo! India.