Ringtones for the home phone too

Land lines finally get some respect

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Some of us don't get out much here at Crave, so we're always appreciative of ways to enjoy life at its fullest as long as it's within a 50-foot radius of the plasma. Take ringtones, for example. We always felt that it was kind of unfair that we couldn't get them on our land line--until we learned of the "Magic Ringtone MP3 Ringer."

This wedge-shaped gizmo can play your favorite tunes when your home phone rings. What we appreciate about it most is its simplicity: All you have to do, according to Red Ferret, is transfer a song from the computer to the magic ringer through a USB connection, then plug the phone into it. Now if it only had a remote.

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