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Have you ever tried looking for free alltel ringtones? Have you ever succeeded in finding free alltel ringtones ? That’s what I thought.

Lots of companies and websites advertise with free alltel ringtones. No subscriptions attached, these ads state. There are even hundreds –if not thousands- of optimized websites which offer these ‘free alltel ringtones ’. They are trying to attract people through search engines by offering them free alltel ringtones. And if you visit their website, they’ll try to sell you a subscription.

So why do they say they have free alltel ringtones , you ask? This can be because of a couple of things. Firstly, they can actually offer free alltel ringtones. Get a subscription for 6 a week and pay for 5, you see what I mean? Most of these companies don’t even offer that. They try to lure you with their ‘free alltel ringtones ’ offer and hope that 1% of the visitors will buy a ringtones subscription. And be honest, haven’t you been thinking about one of those subscriptions sometimes? Most people will, occasionally, mostly because they’re getting frustrated in their search of really free alltel ringtones

So how do I get alltel ringtones  that are actually free, as in 100% free of charge? You’ve got three options:

1. Get a subscription that offers a limited amount of free alltel ringtones. This can either be an unlimited amount of alltel ringtones  for a certain price, or the earlier mentioned ‘buy 6 and pay for only 5’. 2. Select one of the alltel ringtones  that is already listed on your phone. These alltel ringtones  are 100% free of charge.

3. Download the song (or sound) you want to use on your computer and transfer it to your mobile phone. And not even this is absolutely free, ‘cause you often have to pay for the bandwidth, remember?