If you are tired of being the only one in your group with the factory ringer, you are probably trying to figure out how to add ringtones on BlackBerry 8220. The BlackBerry 8220 is one of the best devices on the market for ringtones. Due to the fact the BlackBerry 8220 plays MP3 files, you can pretty much find any ringtone you can think of totally for free.
- To be fair to your cell provider, to add ringtones on BlackBerry 8220, you can go to their website and purchase one. You can either access your provider's website through your device or on the computer. Either way, simply go to their site, find their ringtones section and find one you like. Prices through cell providers can range from $.99 to $3.99. After you have purchased the ringtone for your BlackBerry 8220, you will receive a message on your phone with a link to follow. By clicking on the link, you will be directed to download your content. The ringtone will be added to your ringers section and you are good to go.
- If you are not looking to spend any cash to add ringtones on BlackBerry 8220, there are many sites offering free ones. Sites such as Fun for Mobile and Ventones offer free ringtones that have been created by other users. Practically any ringtone you want is available on these websites. Simply sign up for an account, register your cell phone number, and find the ringtone you want. When you locate a good ringtone for your BlackBerry 8220, click on the Send to Phone link. You will receive the link to download the ringtone on your device. As with your cell provider's ringtones, these free ringtones will appear in your ringers section on your BlackBerry 8220.
Adding ringtones on the BlackBerry 8220 is fairly easy thanks to the device itself. Once you have mastered the art of adding ringtones to your BlackBerry 8220, you can set ringers for everything from incoming calls to picture messages.
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