As manufacturer of mobile phones and multinational mobile service provider, T-Mobile is specialised in network operations. It’s a subsidiary of Deutsch Telekom (a German Company) and business alliance to FreeMove. The network operations of T-Mobile includes Global system for mobile communication (GSM) and Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS ). The word T in the T-Mobile stands for Telekom. It occupied the 6thposition in the world’s largest mobile phone service providers list with 101 million subscribers and also third largest multinational company in the world.
The most popular T-mobile ringtones appear in the formats of polyphonic and MP3. The company being the official carrier of mobiles, released umpteen number of ringtones constantly after the World Cup Football 2006 to the subscribers. They have not only released ringtones to their subscribers but also to others with the compatible handsets, thus, competing an edge over other service providers. Considering the craze of people and based on the trend, the company maintains attraction on the ringtones. The company lay off ringtones dynamically and regularly updates the web site with new set of ringtones and enable T-Mobile subscribers to access.
The company’s innovative product promotion caught the eye of many people to improve their business skills impressively. The freelance mobile ringtone composers hired by T-Mobile company, have become busy in composing various ringtones and expanded the ringtone collection. The company being the official sponsorship for English r premiership, includes the partnership of Celtic FC, Rangers FC and Scottish Premier League clubs.
The T-Mobile subscriber/user can easily access the ringtone collection with the highly sophisticated mobile phone technology. By sending a text message with ringtone number mentioned, the user can easily download the ringtone of his choice, as the different ringtones are numbered for easy identification. Thus the T-Mobile ringtones have created a craze and became more popular amongst the mobile users.