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Free Press ringtones remind you to vote

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If you’re following the provincial election campaign, you already know the vote takes place on Oct. 4.

But just in case you’re the forgetful type, the Free Press has devised a means of reminding you to vote when that fateful Tuesday does arrive.

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Reporter Bartley Kives and multimedia editor Tyler Walsh have created three ringtones for your mobile phones.

One is a polite reminder to vote. Another is less polite. The third, well, it's downright rude.

So with all apologies to the people around you, you can download our reminder ringtones below.

If you are using an iPhone, try the iOs ringtone, which is in m4r format. If you are using another device -- or would like to preview the ringtone -- or you just want to listen to Bart's reminders over and over on your stereo for your own listening pleasure -- we've also provided mp3 files.

Then just sit back and wait for someone to call you... and don't forget to vote!

  • Bart's polite reminder - iOs  |  mp3
  • Bart's less polite reminder -iOs  |  mp3
  • Bart's impolite reminder (Warning! this one's really impolite!) - iOs  | mp3

 

 

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