Sunday, 18 November 2007

World's most expensive mobile phone - $1.3 million US

If you are stupidly rich and need a new phone and you need a new mobile phone why not buy yourself the Ancort phone above it's a bargain :-) at only $1.3 million US
JSC Ancort is a Russian company that teamed with celebrity jeweller Peter Aloisson to create the unbelievable expensive version of Swiss Crypto Telecommunication Security’s Crypto Smart telephone and with the price tag of $1.3 MILLON it is the world’s most expensive mobile phone.
Apart from having gold and diamonds stuck all over it apparently the phones main selling point seem to be it's security features for mobile phone privacy, the solid platinum Crypto Smartphone uses a symmetric 256 bit cryptographic algorithm and Windows CE operating system. In addition to the platinum body, the Ancort logo and the navigation key are made of 18 carat rose gold, as is the navigation key which also carries 28 round cut diamonds.

So what else do you get? The phone also comes with a Connolly leather carrying case with platinum trimmings and lock and hand made macassar ebony presentation box with beige suede leather lining again with platinum trimmings and lock. When the box is opened, it plays music and the music can be changed to the client’s choice.
Space has been reserved on the phone and leather pouch for personalization with the company logo or client’s name and initials.
So if you have the cash lying around you can get a phone that could have feed a whole village of starving children for the rest of there lives,

But if your a bit strapped for cash and need to buy a cheap little phone just to keep you going :-)
you could just buy this Nokia N95 it's 18 carat solid white gold, and comes with 325 diamonds embedded in the case.
This cheap little phone will only cost you £12,000 $24.000 US to purchase (without contract) your N95 will also receive a year’s free concierge service, You get a limited edition number it gets personalised with your initials and you get year’s free address book back up.
it was released by a company called Amosu.
maybe if I'm very good Santa will bring me one of these phones for Christmas :-) but the first thing I would do is sell it! I wonder how much they would give me at the local pawn shop.


Darlene said...

Wow ha unsa na gud na nga cellphone mel bisan pa tingali ug damo ko sapi i'm not gonna buy something like that lol! Anyway have a blessed night nimo dinha princess!

Zola said...

The phone has hit the market at the right time. I am hopeful that the company would generate big sales with the approaching Christmas.

Mariuca said...

Hey Mel! Oh the phones don't look too great and the price is ridiculous, so no thanks for me LOL! Have a good week ahead! ;)

~*~princess jackie ~*~ said...

naku ate, don't u think this is too much to ask for? ang luho!! waaaa....

Diane said...

I can hear the credit crunch biting right now though!

What an insane idea. I know lots of people who seem unpeterbed to lose their ordinary mobile phone, amybe they'd take better care of one of these...

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