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Downloading ringtones Mxr.cc no longer supports Verizon as of a few minutes ago. When you download them, they directly into your sounds and there is no way to put it as a ringtone, I even tried your site's suggestion to send the sound to myself, but it still doesn't give me the option to save it as a ringtone. Is there another site besides mxr that offers free ringtones?

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Go to www.phonezoo.com my friend has verizon and i send them free ringtones alot.. when ur making an acount just make it send the ringtone or wallpaper throught a text message and not wap..

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