Here are some ways to send the file to your phone:
Download the file on the right directly to your phone or e-mail the compatible file to your phone as an attachment. In just a minute or so, your phone should receive your file. Your phone’s email address is your 10-digit number at your carrier’s email URL. Example: email@example.com
AT & T: @mms.att.net
Verizon: @vzwpix.com or @vtext.com
Send a picture message or text message to your email account if your carrier is not listed. This will give you an address to reply to your phone.
Use Bluetooth technology to directly send files from your computer (at a short distance). This only works if you have a phone that is BlueTooth enabled and has the OBEX File Transfer Profile and it is also dependent on what kind of computer system you have.
Transfer the file by an USB cable (if applicable to your phone model).
Open the email on your phone, save the sound clip under message options, set it as a ringtone, and enjoy!