|Interesting (by nautin, Jul 12th, 2007)
I am really interested in it!
|Good sound! (by forestgum, Jul 12th, 2007)
This sounds good, give it a try!
|Ancient Battlefield (by billyoung, Jul 9th, 2007)
This sound is so nice. Try it.
A Guide to Finding Legal Free Ringtones
Many web sites claim to offer free ringtones, and most of them are legitimate,
but there are a couple of issues that seekers of free ringtones should keep in
mind. First, some of these sites are either outright scams or at best
disingenuous--They may have free ringtones, but they're only available if you
buy something else or pay for a membership first. The second potential problem
with free ringtones is that the purveyor may be using private material such as
movie themes and popular songs without paying royalties to the rights holder.
Many sites that offer free ringtones do so not because they love the public and
want to make sure their ringtone needs are met, but rather as a lure to draw
them in for nefarious purposes. This issue was highlighted most directly in 2005
when a judge ordered the shutdown of several web sites that were luring web
surfers with promises of free ringtones, and then installing malicious software
on their machines. Some sites that offer free ringtones may not go this far, but
they may feature annoying pop up ads and other offensive content.
Many sites may offer free ringtones without installing spyware or inundating
visitors with ads, but they still may present a legal issue. Most popular music
is protected by copyright law, and any use of the music, such as in free
ringtones, requires that royalties be paid to the artist.
While there are many good sources of free ringtones, it is worthwhile to read
independent reviews of the sites before visiting them. If the free ringtones
offered are popular songs or file themes, make sure that the website pays
royalties to the artist. Be safe, and have fun while hunting for free ringtones!