TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: T-Mobile USA Launches CallerTunes - the First Nationwide

T-Mobile USA Launches CallerTunes - the First Nationwide

Monty Solomon (
Thu, 9 Dec 2004 08:16:28 -0500

T-Mobile USA Launches CallerTunes -- the First Nationwide
Ringback Tone Service That Lets Users 'Represent Their Style'

BELLEVUE, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 8, 2004--

Initial Trial Offer Gives 30 Days Use of the Innovative Service,
and Alicia Keys Bonus CallerTune "Karma" At No Extra Charge

T-Mobile USA subscribers across the country now can ditch the dull
switchboard ring that their callers hear, in favor of a tune that
represents their unique style, with the launch today of T-Mobile's
ringback tone service -- CallerTunes(TM). T-Mobile is the first
company to launch a ringback tone service nationwide.

If you use ringtones, your wireless phone 'rings' with your favorite
song or other audio clip when someone is calling. That's great for
you, of course, but the people calling you still hear the old, dull
ring until you answer the phone. Now that has changed. As a
CallerTunes subscriber, you can select audio clips for the people
calling you to hear before you answer the phone -- whether it's for
specific individuals, groups of friends, or at specific times of the
day -- giving you hundreds of ways to represent your style.


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