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Sprint First With Video Ringers

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Mar 14, 2005, 10:49 AM   by (staff)

Sprint today became the first U.S. carrier to offer downloadable video ringers. The ringers cost $3.00 each, and are initially available for the new Sanyo MM-5600. Customers can identify individual callers with clips of the latest music videos. Sprint is planning to add movie, comedy and sports clips as well. The company today also launched downloadable video screen savers, for $2.50 each.

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Mar 14, 2005, 1:54 PM

$3.00? Crikey!

You'd think people would turn their noses up at the price, but no...they'll sell like wildfire.
I know it's ridiculous. As long as sales are up prices will remain up. I think its ludicrous that you can buy a full-length song from iTunes for 99 cents yet people pay $1.99 for a 30 second low-quality audio clip for a ringtone. Its absurd. If people...
that sure is a lot of $$$ but people with buy it anyways
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