What You Need To Know About Ring Tones And Cellular Providers

What You Need To Know About Ring Tones And Cellular Providers

Cell phones manufactured by Sony, Ericsson, Siemens, Samsung, Helio, Motorola, Lg, Nokia, or Sanyo will usually always accept downloads of ringtones, but it does depend on the age of the phone in question. Other cell phone manufacturers include NEC, Qualcomm, Panasonic, Acer, Alcatel, Audiovox, and Kyocera. As the cell phone industry always seems to be somewhat rapid state of change and dynamism, cell phones themselves, cell phone services and cell phone rates always seems to be changing as well.

Cell phone companies and providers are now facing a lot more stiff competition among competitors so they are forced and compelled to do certain things like offering bonus services such as ringtones to their customers in order to keep them and retain them as customers.

While there are certain types of older cell phones that are not compatible with ringtones service reserved for Cingular, Sprint, Verizon Wireless, T-mobile, Cellular One, Dobson, and some other cellular providers.

Of course, there is much more to know about ring tones as there are several types ringtones available ranging from very simple to much complex. There are three main types of ringtone:

1. Monophonic

2. Polyphonic

3. Musical ringtone (true tones)

Your phone should support all of these ringtone types, but you may want to check in order to be sure. Now to define what these different types of ringtones mean:

Monophonic- A monophonic ringtone is simply a series of musical notes, one at a time.

Polyphonic-A polyphonic ringtone can consist of several notes at a time. The first polyphonic ring tones used sequenced recording methods such as MIDI. Such recordings specify what synthetic instrument should play a note at a given time, and the actual instrument sound is dependent upon the playback device.

Musical ring tone- Also known as the real music ring tones, true tones, master tone, super phonic ring tone or audio recording, they provide the highest quality sounds for your ringtone matching the music better than any other type of ring tone. These high quality music ring tones can be found in several different formats including MP3, AMR, QCP, WAV, AAC, and WMA.

Complimentary Ring tones are available for just about any song, sound, or artist. So go ahead and start downloading your ring tones right away!