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    I'm looking for a good program that announces the caller not the number when the phone rings. I tried lightwav2, which I like and use for mp3 ringtones, but the announce feature says the phone number. I would like to it announce the name of the person from my phonebook. Is there such a program?

    I have an AT&T Centro.
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    easy, just record yourself saying the name of the person and use that as their ringtone. don't need a program.
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    However, NachoB's suggestion places that file in main memory and though not normally a problem, we often like to add bunches of these files and eventually the no problem becomes a problem of no memory left. A ring-tone management application is a better solution, as the files/ring-tones are on the card.

    Call Block and RingCare are 2 good programs that handle this.

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    I use the AT&T website(Demo)speak & record, then download, then pass it through Ringcare & works great(through my micro card). I have it for certain callers or even texts, like "Text from Tony" or "Sir Rhino You Got A Call From An Unknown Caller" female voice of course...
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    lighwav have this feature (but they announce the numbers rather than the name)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NachoB View Post
    easy, just record yourself saying the name of the person and use that as their ringtone. don't need a program.
    I tried it and placed different mp3 songs in my contact list for various Ringtones, but only one song plays for each different caller.

    Please advise,

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