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Re: Skype Seals Ringtone Deal With Warner Music Group
Posted by: Anonymous 2006-01-31 13:45:43
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Music label Warner Music Group will make master recordings from WMG's roster of recording artists available as ringtones to the registered users of Luxembourg-based Voice over Internet Protocol firm Skype. In the coming months, consumers will be able to download master ringtones from WMG artists -- including Madonna, Green Day and others -- to Skype's Internet calling service for play back when Skype users receive incoming calls.

Re: Skype Seals Ringtone Deal With Warner Music Group
Posted by: katydidit65 2006-01-31 13:53:47 In reply to: Anonymous
I see that you have free service to use skype on the computer, when i went in to use it to talk to my friend, i would have to pay 10.00 to use it.. where do i get the free use/??? thank you
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