New York (PRWEB) April 15, 2005
MatrixM.com, a leading mobile entertainment website, announced that the sound of an old telephone ringing is still the most popular choice of music ringtone in the world. MatrixM.com is uniquely positioned to back the claim, because it has the most eclectic ringtones catalogue world wide. ItÂs members have passed over stereo-quality portions of actual sound recordings featuring real music and vocals to choose a simple telephone ring or eclectic recordings from answering machines and other devices. Voice Tones, greetings recorded by music artists and other celebrities, also showed weakness.
The massive collection of eclectic ringtones can be seen at http://www.matrixm.com
For those in the know, MatrixM.com is a seminal pioneer of the global mobile media market. Having innovated many of the core offerings currently adopted by later arrivals, the company continues to follow the tastes of a core mobile elite. The next wave in ringtones and cell phone personalization will come from its members and is due to be unveiled on the site soon.
MatrixM.com was first to enable its members to upload media to their own phones. Beyond uploading, MatrixM was first to overlay now familiar mass customizations, such as media editing, on the mobile personalization market. The pioneer mobile media hub also originated the mobile media locker accessed via mobile handset. MatrixM.com features unique game titles with exclusives such as the popular Loot War by Mikusoft LLC, a mobile phone game with 15 hours of game play. MatrixM.com has also pioneered webcam to mobile phone feeds and caters FunHi.com (the first online nightclub) via the FunHi 100 mobile phone channel to over 100 million cell phones world wide.
Having innovated with remarkable skill, speed and vision, MatrixM.com has pointed the way of mobile media innovation consistently since 2000. For this reason it is street termed "The Real 3G."
For further information, please contact: Tim Burns, Ringtones.net.nz, +1-866-645-8763, email protected from spam bots, for MatrixM.com.
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