New site gives away customized ringtones for limited time

New site gives away customized ringtones for limited time

LatinaLista — One of the biggest trends to have emerged in the 21st Century is the opportunity to "customize our world."
The latest example is a new ringtone site called mspot.
At mspot, people can pick their favorite song from among 400,000 songs, edit it themselves and have the final version sent directly to their cell phone to start using immediately.

While most of the songs cost $2.99, organizers of the site contacted Latina Lista to offer a special mspot giveaway. Selected songs are available for free for a short time — one song per mobile number.
The giveaway covers 12 categories from Jazz and Hip Hop to Christian and Alternative. There's even a Latin category with songs from Selena, Aleks Syntek, Intocable, Pitbull, Bobby Pulido and others.
There's only one downside — unless you have AT&T Wireless or Sprint, you're not going to be able to get the ringtone.
So if you have the time, check it out. These days, when something is free, it's worth singing about!

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