Prepaid Ringtone Cards Introduced
Nov 20, 2002, 1:10 PM by (staff)
Moviso today announced the first retail prepaid phone cards for ringtones. Each $4.99 card gives consumers three ringtones, which they can select from Moviso's catalog of up to 2,000 licensed ringtones. Each card contains simple 1-2-3 instructions and a unique PIN for accessing the content. Moviso ringtone cards will be available at wireless carrier stores and Wherehouse Music stores nationwide in November 2002, and 7-Eleven stores nationwide in January 2003. The cards are available for most handsets from AT&T, Cingular Wireless and T-Mobile.
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