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Ringback Tones: The Ring of the Future

Updated on April 6, 2010


Cell phone users are always looking for a new way to customize their phones. Whether it is with a skin that has their friend’s photo on it, a wallpaper of their favorite artist, or a ringtone by their favorite musician, technophiles like to optimize their cell phone is a variety of ways. One of the best ways to keep up with the latest in mobile phone personalization is by adding Ringback tones.

First introduced in early 2000, ringback tones allow one to choose from a wide selection of media clips celebrity greetings and 13 music genres. Mobile phone owners can find ringback tones on Facebook, Sprint, AT&T, Verizon and other cell phone provider’s websites/ On Facebook ringback tone users can even rate the tones, as well s browse, purchase and manage their selected ringbacks.

Users of ringbacks are enthralled with the versatility the ringbacks offer. A ringback can be set for a specific caller, group, time, or day. A favorite feature of ringback users is the Jukebox which allows selected songs to be played in a random order so callers are unlikely to hear the same ringback tone every time they call.

Ringback tones have continued to rise in popularity. Analyst have even predicted that the number of ringback tone downloads will far surpass that of ringtones and other mobile phone options. Studies by Juniper Research predict that there will be over 300 million this year.

Ringback tones appear to be here to stay. Take some time to find the ringbacks just right for you and yours.


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