No, this feature is not supported at this phase. You may select any "Connecting Tune" from the list of available tunes. But you can simply call 177 to record your own Connecting Tune.
Yes, "Connecting Tunes" is compatible with any mobile handset (the Connecting Tunes" are loaded onto the network rather than onto the mobile itself). You will be charged a monthly subscription fee of 1 BD, and 500 fils for every new "Connecting Tune" you add to your Album.
Connecting Tunes" is a new service, which allows your friends and family to hear a special song when they call you on your mobile phone, before you pick up. Keep your callers entertained while they are waiting for you to answer the phone!
No, "WoW Tunes" is what you hear when your mobile phone rings. "Connecting Tunes" on the other hand, is what someone calling you will hear until you answer the phone. "Connecting Tunes" replaces the ordinary "toot toot".
You can activate and deactivate the "Connecting Tunes" service via our website or the Interactive Voice Response service (please refer to question no 9 above). Step 2: Select the "Activate" radio button in order to activate the account and the "Deactivate" radio button in order to deactivate the account. Step 2: Select the "Activate" radio button in order to activate the account and the "Deactivate" radio button in order to deactivate the account.
You will receive an SMS message confirming the successful addition of the "Connecting Tune" to your personal album. Once you have added all the "Connecting Tunes" you like to your personal album, you may start assigning them to any caller or caller group in your phonebook. You may have different "Connecting Tunes" for different times of day for several callers or caller groups, and assign a different default "Connecting Tunes" for different times of day.
Your "Connecting Tunes" Album and settings can be managed easily through our website or the Interactive Voice Response service 177 (please refer to question no 9 above).
They will hear the standard connecting tone. You may also choose any tune from our list of available "Connecting Tunes" as your standard connecting tone.
Yes, you can assign a particular "Connecting Tune" for a specific caller, or for a specific caller group.
long as you are still subscribed to the service, your callers will hear your standard "Connecting Tune". You may add new "Connecting Tune" at any time.
WC Engineering : FAQs
The stock connecting rods are almost as big as a small block Chevy (that isn't saying much for the Chevy) and I have had no problems with them at all when used with ARP fasteners. If going over 200hp you might consider an upgrade. There are several makers of rods: Carrilo, Crower and Eagle make excellent pieces. Again ARP fasteners are recommended. [Back to top]
aircanada.com - Travel Info - Web Check-in
Absolutely! You can use aircanada.com check-in when you have a connecting flight and you will be able to check-in for all your flights at the same time.
Satan's FAQ [Archive] - Freethought Forum
How often does a choir tune top the charts anymore? Ray Charles might be in Heaven, but where do you suppose most of the best musicians wind up? Musically, Hell ain't no bad place to be.
Lionvibes Sound and Music - Reggae Vinyl Records
All records added within the last 90 days are all viewable directly from the home page. To view these records click here.
The Session: Members
You can submit as many tunes, discussions and links as you like... But please don't do it all at once. This ensures that everyone has time to check out the newest tunes without being inundated by a sudden flood. It also prevents any one person from overly dominating things. Remember, it's not about quantity - it's far nicer to have one well-transcribed tune with some good comments than ten hastily submitted new tunes.
WAICU Travel Solutions Program
Be sure to incorporate connection time into your travel plans. When flying domestically, it's best to allow at least 30 minutes to make your connecting flight. If your flight includes an international leg, 1 hour is the recommended connection time for most gateways, but the WAICU Travel Desk can provide exact requirements and will be able to provide you with specific information pertaining to the airport in which you will be making your connection(s).
Frequently Asked Questions
The longer 4.0 rod reduces the rod to cylinder wall angle theoretically resulting in slower cylinder wall wear. The longer rod increases piston dwell time at top dead center (TDC) providing free compression, maximum power from less ignition timing advance, and a reduced risk of detonation. The longer piston dwell time at bottom dead center (BDC) also allows more time for cylinder filling at the end of the intake stroke.