uh RINGTONES?

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telePhono

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RINGTONES!
what is att and jobs going to do about this?
will they put it aside and let you choose from your music library?
or will they start charging, like other companies, for the customization of the ringtones your phones?

well no official word yet but i
i was watching a video via youtube
which explains what they most likely will do
and whyyyyyyy!

its called "hidden details from the keynote."

http://youtube.com/watch?v=ALQwmQrM-Z8

its a good video, which analyzes clues given in the keynotes but overlooked by our obsession such as ringtones and how most probably iTunes will be selling ringtones. and son Jenna Jameson videos.

well regardless, im not sure how i feel about the ringtones, i really would have liked to have had the option perhaps choosing my ringtone based on my music library and perhaps the added bonus of even choosing where its starts. Seems like that is all gone now.

now.... what would they charge? $0.25, $0.50? or $2.50 like t-mo?


ohh dear. i need overtime.
 

TrippalHealicks

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#2
RINGTONES!
what is att and jobs going to do about this?
will they put it aside and let you choose from your music library?
or will they start charging, like other companies, for the customization of the ringtones your phones?

well no official word yet but i
i was watching a video via youtube
which explains what they most likely will do
and whyyyyyyy!

its called "hidden details from the keynote."

http://youtube.com/watch?v=ALQwmQrM-Z8

its a good video, which analyzes clues given in the keynotes but overlooked by our obsession such as ringtones and how most probably iTunes will be selling ringtones. and son Jenna Jameson videos.

well regardless, im not sure how i feel about the ringtones, i really would have liked to have had the option perhaps choosing my ringtone based on my music library and perhaps the added bonus of even choosing where its starts. Seems like that is all gone now.

now.... what would they charge? $0.25, $0.50? or $2.50 like t-mo?


ohh dear. i need overtime.
Also VERY OLD news. lol