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Friday, 25 December 2009

Caller tunes reflect your state of mind


When I questioned my friend Rohan why his caller tune rang to the song of Tum jo mil gaye ho, to ye lagataa hain… he admitted that with this tune he wanted to show his love for his college classmate Sheryl. On the other hand the caller tune Donon ne kiyaa thaa pyaar magar mujhe yaad raha tu bhool gayi confirmed that my neighbour had just broken up and was going through a low phase.

With a wide range of caller tune options being made available, technology has indeed changed the way we greet our callers.

Unknowingly and unintentionally, the choice of our caller tune does reflect a lot about our inward, temperamental, emotional and mental state of mind. In short, it serves as a blueprint of our personality.

Caller tunes not only reflect an individuals likes and dislikes but also their inward reflections.

However, individuals do play mind games with caller tunes, admits Rahul who broke off with his girlfriend recently. His caller tune goes Tum aa gaye ho noor aa gaya hai. Rahul says, in the unlikely event that his girl friend calls him back he does not want to show her that he is affected in any way. On the contrary he wants her to keep guessing with his caller tune. Then, there are individuals who don't like the idea of paying monthly user fee for a caller tune, which they never hear at all.

As a matter of fact, even telecom providers keep enhancing their caller tune collection.

Whatever might be the reason but the growing popularity of caller tunes have witnessed a mark improvement in the business for telecom providers.

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