Nextel offers a wider variety of plans than any of it’s competitors, with prices from $39.99 a month to $299.99 a month. However what really makes Nextel stand out from other cell phone carriers, is it’s line of customizable phones and interesting features. From rugged rain resistant phones, color displays and Java applications to speaker phones, GPS enabled, even the “2004 Nascar Nextel Cup Series” phones. Nextel phones are among the very best around.
Customizing Nextel cell phones with truly unique ring tones couldn’t be easier. You can download directly from your phone, if you have Nextel Online or Nextel Two Way Messaging. Nextel ring tones include categories such as Rock, R&B, Pop, Rap, Latin, Country, Oldies and more. All of these ring tones are accessible from Nextel cell phone menus. There are three ways of obtaining Nextel ring tones. They can be purchased directly from your Nextel cell phone, or from the Nextel web site, or you can buy a ring card from a Nextel cell phone dealer.
Some Nextel phones allow you to personalize your ringer by assigning specific ring tones to individual listings in your phone’s address book. If you are interested in this feature look for Nextel’s i205 and 1730 phones. The Nextel ring tones cost $1.99 each, so be choosy as these can add up really fast. If you decide to purchase ring tones from the web, you can use a credit card. You can also use your card if you download from your phone or charge it to your next bill.
Nextel also has unique wallpaper for your phone. The Nextel 1730, 1733, 1736, i95 and 1830 phones all allow you to instantly download wallpapers directly to the phone. Wallpaper images from Nextel have several themes: art, sports, animals, music, holidays and others. There are even a few free wallpapers available from Nextel.
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This article was posted on September 30, 2005