Seasonal Ringtones - Time To Let Your Phone Boost Your Holiday Cheer by Grigoriy Anoshenko With the holidays just around the
corner, it's time to load up on ringtones for the season. Whether you celebrate
Christmas, Kwanzaa, or nothing at all, letting your phone welcome in the spirit
of the holiday is sure to put a smile on your face. And, with thousands of
holiday tones to choose from, now is a great time to make the best list of all -
your wish list.
Classic Holiday Ringtones
For those who enjoy the days of old, don't forget the classic holiday hits that
are sure to get a smile in any crowd. The more refined crowd is sure to get
"lifted" with all-time classic ringtones by Bing Crosby in "White Christmas",
"Here Comes Santa Claus" by Gene Autry, and "A Holly Jolly Christmas" by Burl
Ives. Those looking for pop/R&B classic holiday ringtones will be sure to upload
"The Night Before Christmas" by the Temptations; while country classics aren't
complete without "Blue Christmas" by Elvis Presley.
Holiday Ringtones for Teens
For those looking for "teen spirited" holiday ringtones can choose from the wide
selection of remixed classics and upbeat "season-sational" hits available. A few
notable ones toe-tappers are "Greatest Time Of Year" by Aly and AJ, "Do You Hear
What I Hear" by country singer, Carrie Underwood, "Last Christmas", by Ashley
Tisdale and "Santa Don't Stop" by the new sensation Jordan Pruitt. Holiday
ringtones are the new "in" among the under 20 crowd.
Holiday Ringtones for Children
Songs like "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer", "Jingle Bell Rock", and "Frosty the
Snowman" are proven favorites, especially among children. Children also enjoy
those non-human singers like Alvin and the Chipmunks, Mickey Mouse and the Gang
and almost anything that comes out of the mouth of Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus.
You're sure to get a real kick out of them for your children, or the inner child
that keeps you young.
When looking for the "perfect" holiday ringtone, keep in mind that most songs
have been remixed in various genres, as pop artists attempt to remaster the
blues, and jazz artists take advantage of great country ballads. The end result
is a one that suits every taste and style for that much needed boost of holiday
cheer this season.