Want an iPhone 4 for £99?
Apple stuff. Overpriced evangelical rubbish, eh?
Well how about getting the chance to bag one of those new iPhone 4's for £99? Changed your tune? No? Sod off then. Those of you still left will be interested in this advertorial article seen over at the Guardian where some site called Groupola are offering the latest smartphone for piss-all.
With £400 knocked off the price, there's gotta be a catch, right? Well, apparently, there's only a limited number of handsets available and these will only be offered to email subscribers.
Obviously, this is a very easy way of getting numbers up and email addresses... but limited number? How many? Three?
Mark Pearson, managing director of Groupola, says: "Given that the iPhone 4 sold out through pre-orders alone in just 48 hours through the Apple store, we thought it was only right to offer loyal Groupola.com discount hunters another bite of the cherry. We've proved that the concept of group buying can work within the UK."
To be in-it-to-win-it, you need to sign up for the daily alerts and you'll be sent a link on 1st July which will allow you to buy the phone on 2nd July. Obviously, it'll be first come, first served.
"My advice is to open the link the second the clock ticks over at 9.30am – by 9.31am you may already have been too late," adds Pearson.
Because they've only got three.
Next week, there'll be a competition called "How To Get A Free Advert In The Guardian" which will see readers asked to designed a flashing pop-up ad which enables you the chance to get your teeth whitened by a millionth customer who has an iPad glued to their face.