History of the Mosquito Ringtone

January 30, 2009 at 3:05 am Leave a comment

The History of the Mosquito Ringtone

The mosquito ringtone is a ringtone that supposedly only kids can hear. The ringtone came onto the scene in 2005 from British inventor Howard Stapleton and was originally meant to chase kids and teens away because of it’s high-pitched, annoying sound. Only kids could hear this sound, so adults weren’t annoyed by the piercing, high-pitched frequency.

However, because adults couldn’t hear the sound, kids began to use this rintone in classrooms, temple, churches and anywhere else kids wanted to communicate with one another without alerting adults of their communications. You can download the mosquito ringtone and other free ringtones at MyMojo.

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