Come up with the next ring tone for Nokia and win $10,000

Come up with the next ring tone for Nokia and win $10,000
Nokia, along with AudioDraft, announced a contest on Monday that offers a prize of $10,000. Those entering the contest are asked to come up with a new ring tone that will be included on some of the Finnish-based firm's 2012 product portfolio. Nokia is looking for something new that will identify a ringing handset as being a Nokia model, similar to its current signature ring tone.

While the $10,000 is a pretty good incentive, the winner will be able to hear his/her composition on 100 million handsets and it will also be made available from the Ovi Store. To enter the contest, head over to the sourcelink. If it helps, Nokia says it is looking for a ring tone that is "fresh, expressive, original, creative yet distinctively a Nokia Tune." And if you don't get the grand prize, you might still end up with one of five runner-up prizes of $1,000. Now get to work!

source: Nokia via WMPowerUser



1. aries.phills

Posts: 161; Member since: May 17, 2011

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is cool!!! I'm so in.

2. ReturningToNokia

Posts: 130; Member since: Jul 09, 2011

The Nokia SeaRay came in all boombastic at the end! This is going to be fun!

3. Mohab93 unregistered

This is not the sea ray ,it is the Nokia N9 it has no buttons, while windows phone needs buttons,meego doesn't

4. PeterIfromsweden

Posts: 1230; Member since: Aug 03, 2011

Nooooo ! I don't want Nokia to change it's classic Nokia tune. Everyone knows about the classic Nokia tune, and if you are at the mall and hear that tune, you know that's a Nokia ! Nokia can't just change this, this is one reason the Nokia N9 probably will be my last Nokia phone.

5. icanbe23 unregistered

i agree.. but we all know that nokia is changing its directions.. atleast, nokia have something that people around the world would remember after they all turned to android :D

6. Stuntman

Posts: 843; Member since: Aug 01, 2011

They should use Taps for their Symbian phones.

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