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Nic Rossmüller : June 6th 2006 - 10:00 CET

Sony 512MB Memory Stick Micro with free Ringtones


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SonySony 512MB Memory Stick Micro with free Ringtones : Sony Europe’s Recording Media & Energy division today announced that customers can download five different ringtones free with every purchase of a 512MB Sony Memory Stick Micro. Customers choose from a list of 24 most-wanted ringtones which they download to personalise their mobile phone to suit their mood. The ultra-small ‘M2’ memory card, which is currently available from Sony with capacities of up to 1GB, will meet the increasing expectations of mobile phone users by providing high capacity storage for mobile content such as ringtones, pictures and music videos on compact, multifunctional devices. The ‘M2’ also comes with an adaptor the size of the standard Memory Stick.
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enabling users to transfer their personal data from their mobile phones to other Memory Stick PRO compatible devices. Sony Ericsson have recently launched a number of mobile phones compatible with the ‘M2’, including the versatile Sony Ericsson Z530i clamshell model.To receive their five free ringtones, customers simply need to activate their mobile phone’s WAP connection and then enter their unique promotional code on the Sony BMG Music Entertainment official website. Once complete, Sony will send an SMS to allow the user to download the selected ringtones.

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