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Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by Tmasi3, Dec 17, 2005.

  1. Tmasi3

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    Hello. I am a first time user so this maybe a little confusing. I have a Sanyo MM-8300 phone, I want to know how to download ringtones from my computer to my phone? I signed up with freeringers.net/wap something or other it is suppose to be unlimited downloads but I don't know how to do it? Please somebody help me!:confused: XXXXXXXXXX@aol.com
     
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    Their website has an option to type in your carrier and model number as well as your phone number, once you do that just click on the ringer you want and it will be sent directly to your phone.
     
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    Thread necromancy, I know....

    I too am curious about this service (freeringers.net), and can't seem to find answers on their website before signing up.

    Is the ringer sent in a text message, and if so, is there a further "download" step past that?

    I ask the question because I can't talk myself into a sprint vision plan to access sprint vision content, but might like to access some ringtones every now and then. Would I be looking at both a text message fee, plus the download fee ($.02/kb)?

    That is if anyone knows. Does anyone know what a single text message costs on sprint without a text message plan? Can't find that data on their website.
     

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