How about $2 million? A British survey found that people would not give up their beloved cell phone for the instant fortune.

Two-thirds of the people polled in a London School of Economics survey said they would not give up their cell phone for the millions. 33 percent of 16 to 24 year olds said they would give up drinking, eating chocolate and drinking coffee rather than give up the cellular device.

On the other hand, 40 percent of those over 45 years old would gladly give it up.

So, could you live without your cell phone? Personally, with $2 million, I'll find another way to communicate with people.