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Verizon Tones: Ringtones and Ringback Tones

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When your phone rings, it rocks!


When your phone rings, you can hear a song clip from your favorite artist, a holiday tune, a beloved classic and more. Set different ringtones for each contact, so you know who’s calling without looking at your phone. Choose from thousands of songs and clips from our Verizon Tones app on your mobile phone. Ringtones cost $2.99 each.

Ringback Tones

When friends call you, they'll hear actual song clips until you pick up the call or they're sent to Voice Mail. You can personalize your Ringback Tones so each person or whole groups hear a specific song you set for them. Pick from thousands of Ringback Tones by the original artists in our Media Store or the Verizon Tones app for everyone in your contact list. Or choose something like a holiday tune, college fight song or hilarious comedy clip.

The Ringback Tones service is $0.99 per month. Each Ringback Tone is $1.99 to use for 12 months.

Mix it up with Playlists.
Keep your callers guessing by adding your Ringback Tones to a Playlist, a feature that allows callers to hear different Ringback Tones played at random each time they call. There's no additional charge for use of Playlists.

Preprogrammed Playlists are available at discounted pricing in the Media Store or Verizon Tones app.

How to Get It

The Ringback Tones feature will need to be added to your account to use it. Learn how to add the Ringback Tones feature to your account.

Ringback Tones can be purchased and managed from the Media Store website and Verizon Tones app on most basic and smartphones. Ringtones can only be purchased from the Verizon Tones app.

Refer to our How to Use Guide: Verizon Tones to learn how to access Verizon Tones in all of these ways.

How to Use It

Refer to our How to Use Guide: Verizon Tones to learn how to browse, preview, purchase and manage your ringtones and Ringback Tones.

Important Information

*Not available in ALL markets.

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Last Modified: August 18, 2014