While we're not in the habit of praising, this one from Sprint and RIM at least shows that some people are trying things beyond such cliches as and . In pushing the smartphone, the two companies are advertising "the first $10.5 million cell phone--an exciting limited-time offer for billionaires."
According to its special site, the phone comes bundled with with an "exotic island" for $10.5 million--$199.99 for the handset and $10,499,800.01 for the land. It even goes so far as to include a pull-down menu with options to use bank accounts based in such tax shelters as Switzerland and the Cayman Islands. But as Uberphones notes, you'll eventually encounter a message that says: "Are you sure you're a billionaire? There is no way we would sell a commodity as precious as an island on a site that just anyone could access. If you are in fact a billionaire and you're still interested in purchasing an island, our broker would be happy to help you find one..."
The contact is Info@privateislandoffer.com. For us, the $100 rebate is more our speed.