Arabia.com launches logos and ring tones
In a bid to be the "hottest" Web site, Arabia.com has teamed up with Dubai-based call centre Cityline International to provide some of the trendiest Arabic and Western ring tones and logo options for mobile phones.<br><br>
Whether it is Destiny Child’s ‘Say my name’ or Mohammed Abdou ‘Lanallah’ that you want to as a mobile ring tone, arabia.com claims to have it on its Web site. Arabia.com has teamed up with Dubai-based call centre Cityline International to provide some of the trendiest Arabic and Western ring tones and logo options.
“Once again arabia.com is partnering with another leading service in the region to continue its outstanding service to our customers” said Ramzi Zeine, CEO, arabia.com “We are committed to offering the latest trends to ensure we have the hottest website around”.
By logging into www.arabia.com and visiting the Ring Tones and Logos section you will be able to select from the 2000 ring tones and 6000 logos grouped into 11 categories according to language and theme. There will be an exclusive selection of ring tones and logos available only to arabia.com users. The download teakes between two and three minutes, and the service supports Nokia, Ericsson and Siemens phones. Although no credit card payments are required, users will be billed for the service on their telephone statements.
“As the mobile phone phenomena continues to increase in the Middle East, so too does the craze for personalised ring tones and logos, especially amongst the teen audience” said Hisham Al Gurg, chief executive officer of Cityline. “We currently have around 2 million customers of all nationalities who download ring tones and logos and this figure is increasing rapidly. We have dedicated a team of young people to follow the music charts and trends to ensure we constantly provide the most fashionable and exciting options,” he added.
Some of the most requested ring tones currently include ‘Say my name’ Destiny’s Child; ‘The call’ Backstreet Boys; ‘Lanallah’ Mohammed Abdou and ‘Etef habibi’ Asala Nasri.