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hello 2 fun question

hort22

Feb 7, 2005, 7:38 PM
i know what it does...but how does it work...you download apps...what is an app? and once you download the app how do you get ringtones and such?
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SgtFlaman

Feb 7, 2005, 7:50 PM
Okay lets say you opened up the Hello2Fun and went into the shopping cart menu, from there you go into the Ringtones catagory and select a ringtone library to download (Modtones or Ringster are my favorites). Download the ringtone library and it now appears in the same window as your shopping cart. Purchase ringtone credits then return to the ringtone library and download away.
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hort22

Feb 7, 2005, 8:56 PM
ok that makes sense...but what do i get charged for...having the app or just when i download a ringtone from that app...and if i select the 8 tones for whatever the price do i have to download them all at one time

thanks
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sandman_66535

Feb 12, 2005, 5:58 PM
You will be billed minutes of course. and for the ringtones you download. If you download a gave and it is a subscription you will be billed monthly for that game. I do suggest that if you use hello 2 fun to download modtones to save minutes you can go to www.modtones.com you can browse the tones and get an order # and then just log on to brew and enter the order # saves a lot of min.
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SgtFlaman

Feb 14, 2005, 3:33 PM
Regardless of what you download, you're always going to be charged your Hello2Fun minutes from the time you connect (when the connecting window comes on) to the time you disconnect (back to idle screen).

Having the ringtone library application (Modtones, Ringster, etc...) costs you nothing. Buying ringtone credits costs you per credit. Typically credits are $1.99 each or $12.99 for 10 ($1.29 each). The good thing about buying 10 credits at once is you have 10 credits to use how you want, when you want and is 70 cents less per ringtone. I still have 8 credits leftover from last April when Hello2Fun became available in our area. And just like Sandman suggested, go to any of the online libraries and search for a particular song you want, wri...
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