How to Avoid Cell Phone Ringtone Scams

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Avoid cell phone ringtone scams by only buying ringtones from reputable cell phone service providers and reading the terms and conditions of unknown Web sites. Avoid having to pay a month subscription fee for cell phone ringtones with advice from the manager of a cell phone store in this free video on cell phones.

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I'm Geordie with ATT Spring and I am going to show you how to avoid cell phone ring tone scams. Ok, I'm going to show you how to avoid ring tone scams. First step is always read terms and conditions depending on where you go to download a ring tone. Most trusted sites are going to be AT&T.com, Verizon.com, T-Mobile.com and any other trusted company that provides cell phone service. Getting into a ring tone scam can be as easy as clicking accept without reading terms and conditions on websites out there that haven't been tested and trusted by your local service provider. Mixer.com is a great example of getting into a ring tone scam by clicking terms and conditions you not only get the ring tone that you agreed to purchasing but it comes with a monthly subscription of $10 per month that you might be unaware of. So definitely read terms and conditions before agreeing to any type of ring tone down loads and use trusted websites such as AT&T.com.

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