Forums Questions answered Calling to mexico ringtone

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  • #1233
    mlino915
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    I have T-mobile , but i’m going to Mexico, Juarez, and I don’t want anyone that calls from the U.S know that im over there, when they call will the ring sound different ?

    #3238
    admin
    Participant

    Hello,

    It is likely that the ring will be different when dialing your US cell phone located in Mexico. You can’t control how your phone rings – the ring sound has to do with the wireless company/network providing the service, which in this case would be Mexican.

    Here’s an older thread discussing the same issue:
    https://www.howtocallabroad.com/forums/topic/ring-tone-on-us-cellphone-in-mexico

    #3748
    Jenica
    Participant

    You can use some of your phone’s default ringtones or visit ringtone websites to use popular ringtone in the world. Good luck with your journey to America.

    #3750
    admin
    Keymaster

    Hi Jenica,

    Thanks for your reply. It’s not the ringtone we are discussing, it’s the ring sound you hear when dialing a number (before somebody picks up).

    #3810
    HelenCollins
    Participant

    Where can I find them and download them?

    #3813
    admin
    Keymaster

    Hi Helen,

    Unlike ring tones (the sound your phone makes when someone calls you), which can easily be downloaded onto your smart phone, ringback tones (the sound people hear before you answer their call) don’t work the same way. You can not simply download them. Customized ringback tones is a service provided by your telephone carrier. Or used to be in the case of AT&T, Sprint or Verizon which no longer offer this service to their customers. So, if you would like to customize your ringback tone call your phone company to inquire about it. As far as I am aware, VoIP companies still offer this option.

    Here are some more resources you may find helpful:

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