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mSpot Takes Mobile Music Straight to Consumers

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Mar 2, 2009, 1:23 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today mSpot announced mSpot.com, a new web site where consumers can create and download ringtones for their mobile phones. Consumers buy a song and use mSpot's online tools to select a 30-second chunk of the song, which is then turned into a downloadable ringtone. Right now, the service can be used by AT&T and Sprint customers, though mSpot says other carriers will be supported soon. mSpot has over 400,000 songs from which to choose, and ringtones will cost $2.99 to create and download.

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Mar 2, 2009, 2:40 PM

sad! take advertage of stupid people!

2.99$ to creat and download a ringtone?
wouldnt it be cheaper to download itune at 99cent and cut it yourself for ringtone?
I would except most of the people using mspot would be the people who dont have the time or know how to edit or cut songs and change file types. will probably be used mostly with phones that have mp3 support but use modified mp3 for ringtones. Atleast...
or...any song ripped from a CD or downloaded from limewire for free then use Wavepad (which you can also convert from an MP3 or WAV to any other format) or any other sound editing software to trim the song and then just upload it from Rumkin or any of...
T Mobster

Mar 2, 2009, 8:47 PM


i feel sad for all the rubes who would actually pay for a ringtone, especially @ $2.99 a pop Laughing

Mar 2, 2009, 4:26 PM


I really hope nobody pays for this... You can do this in iTunes for free and select any chunk of the song Eh? ...

at least for the iPhone...
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