The only thing I don't like is that the bell ringtone on all phones is the American one - a single ring with intervals, with the bells tuned in a very specific way, just as all of us Brits have become used to from American movies since we were kids.
You know the scene - it is 3.00 in the morning and a detective is getting some well-earned sleep in a hotel room with a recently ravished woman lying beside him, when that ringtone goes off. His hand comes out from under the covers and begins fumbling for the handset, almost knocking it off the cradle.
He raises himself on one elbow and puts the receiver to his ear, simply saying his last name in a bleary, sleepy voice, then he suddenly wakes up, waking the ravished woman at the same time.
"Ok, I'll be there in 10." He does not say 'hello' and he does not say 'goodbye'. He does not even say 'minutes'. He replaces the phone and leaps out of bed, pulling on his trousers (both of them) and says to the woman, "I have to go/ there's been another murder/ they have found a body/ etc. etc."
The woman groans, and murmers, "Oh come back to bed, it's late..." but he scoots out of the door and is wide awake at the murder scene by the time it has cut to the next scene.
Well the English double bell ringtone sounds completely different. The pitch of the bells are different, but also the entire Bakelite set can be heard vibrating against the hallway table where the phone has been inconveniently situated to prevent people from running-up bills by actually using it.
You know the scene - It is three in the afternoon and the phone is heard ringing in the hallway by the lady of the house, who is entertaining a neighbour to afternoon tea. DRING-DRING! DRING-DRING! DRING-DRING!
"Would you excuse me?" is the polite rhetoric, and she makes her stately way to the hall and picks up the huge, black handset.
"Hello. Piddlingbourne 376. No, I am afraid he is not at home at the moment. May I take a message for him? Yes, I will be sure to let him know. Goodbye."
Well I have found one of these English ringtones as a download. All I have to do now is get it from the net to my iPhone...