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Retro UK Phone Ring Tone

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This is already posted over in Smartphone section, and has been since May 2004, but thought I would cross-post it here, as I feel many PocketPC users could be missing out on something that is equally useful.

It is a recording I did of an old BT cream bakelite phone, the old ones with the spin dialler thing.

Have used it on all my SPV phones (i think) and it is nice and loud, and sounds real - i see confused people looking round for where that real phone is!

Enjoy anyway!

Ringer.wav

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This is already posted over in Smartphone section, and has been since May 2004, but thought I would cross-post it here, as I feel many PocketPC users could be missing out on something that is equally useful.

It is a recording I did of an old BT cream bakelite phone, the old ones with the spin dialler thing.

Have used it on all my SPV phones (i think) and it is nice and loud, and sounds real - i see confused people looking round for where that real phone is!

Enjoy anyway!

hello all,

..i assumed it was already within the list of ring tones found on spv's as its on my spv m2000. its the current ring tone i use. i agree, its loud, clear and just what i need in my noisy work place.

pooks

..i meant there is a 'oldphone' ring tone on my handset, which i use. wasn't suggesting the one you recorded is/was. sorry for any confusion.

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There is one included on some, but they tend to be american style ring, not uk. and i believe mine to sound better ... give it a try.

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Thanks pisquee :) I`ve been after this ringtone for ages as opposed to the boring American one some phones come with. Excellent!

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Thank you for the ring tones - fantastic

andy

Hello B)

Excellent!

Here few ringtones i've recorded:

An old black bakelite french telephone (50s-60s) whith an external ringer: 1960_u43_noir.mp3

A classic grey phone (france 70s) : socotel.mp3

Your famous english phone 70s: T__l__phone_Anglais.mp3

Another french rotary phone (orange,1980): 1980_s63orange_.mp3

Enjoy!

Kiss from France :(

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