Question about Lands Phones
There are several possible answers to this question. First, and foremost, would be mp3 files from your computer. In order to do this you will need a Data Cable and, perhaps, some software. This is usually called a 'Media Kit' and is available from your service provider (Verizon, AT&T, etc.). Your phone may have come with this kit already depending on which provider you use. If you look through the items you rec'd with your phone you may see a USB cable that connects on one end to your phone and on the other end to your computer. There is probably a software disk also included if you have this cable. If you have neither you need to contact your service provider and get them in order to transfer mp3 files to your phone. The second way would be to purchase the files through your service provider and download them to your phone through the provider's network. This, obviously, gets rather expensive.
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