Matrox phones looks like a scam to me, along the lines of the old pyramid selling scams. The offer states you wait til you get to the top of a waiting list (no details of how long!) and then they can substitute the phone for a different one at their discretion.
Old adage of "If something appears to be too good to be true, it usually is!" will probably apply here. Notice they don't accept credit cards - so no consumer protection.
I did the math for one of these "schemes" for someone who was attempting to promote a similar idea on another forum I frequent. The figures involved by the time the company has to despatch as little as the third phone were/are astronomical.
Lauging all the way to the bank is the understatement of the year IMO - especially when you consider the fact that the schemes will rapidly run out of steam leaving the organisers with a pocketful of cash and next to no outlay
this maybe me not reading the terms and conditions correctly but matrix phones will send me a 40gB iPod if i pay £20 and then get 5 more people to also pay £20. Therefore If i make up 5 aliases and pay for each subscription £120 (6x£20) in total i'll receive an Ipod?