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List of Many Flip Phones. (No smartphones)
A lot of the descriptions is my opinion.
Feel free to let me know if you differ, or if there is info missing/wrong.
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Alcatel/TCL Go Flip (6)
Alcatel TCL Flip 2, From Tracfone or Amazon
TCL Classic 4058C, Sold on TCL
TCL Classic, From Cricket
TCL Flip Go, From UScellular
TCL Flip Go, From T-Mobile

Probably the successor to the LG Classic. $20 for the Tracfone version. Runs very well.
TAG can Kasher, Also @kosher_cellutions kashers, and there are people working on a free filter as well.

Update (9/22/22): A free talk/text filter is available. Filter with Waze (and maybe more) coming soon!

Not to be confused with the tcl 4056 phones which look the same but run KaiOs and are much buggier.

LG Exalt LTE VN220 – Verizon
•   Can be  koshered: Yes

Compatible Networks;
•   Verizon (4g)
•   ATT (3g),
•   T-Mobile (2g, bad reception)

One of the most popular flip phones. Well-known Brand. No button lag. Overall decent phone.
 No outside screen, awkward shape, delicate, suffers from durability issues
Not sold anymore. Street price is over $400.

LG Classic Flip L125 – Tracfone (DDF Topic)
•   Can be  koshered: Yes
Decent phone from a well-known manufacturer
Successor to the LG Exalt, this phone added an outside screen (!!!) and an SOS button. Camera was downgraded to 2mp from 5, and lost autofocus (think Kyocera Cadence res).  Screen and body were shrunk a little to make it a little less unwieldly to hold . . The street price of $30 is has jumped and it now hovering at about $150.

Compatible Networks;
•   Tracfone (and all Tracfone sub-carriers, like: Net10, Total Wireless, Wing and possibly more)

Koshering services;
•   http://kosherlgclassic.com/ (Talk Only $24.99 or Custom $29.99, strong)
•   http://filterlg.com/ (free, strong, but has limitation READ INSTRUCTIONS)
•   https://www.apps4flip.com/lgclassicflip/ (Remove apps with ADB, no reset protection)
•   Tag, Geder, and Meshumer locations can install a block as well

Probably the best quality phone from all the cheap (you can get it for like $30) phones, but the big limitation is that it's carrier locked to Tracfone carriers and cannot be used with normal Verizon plans or other Verizon MVNOs, Until it has active service for a year two months.

LG Wine LTE (U.S. Cellular)
Can be  koshered: Yes

Same as the LG Exalt LTE but works with ATT 4g. Not compatible with Verizon (small changes  like different messaging app and fm radio) Also not sold. Replaced by the LG Wine 2 LTE

LG Wine 2 LTE (U.S. Cellular)
Not applicable


Kyocera Cadence LTE S2720 & S2720PP
•   Can be  koshered: Yes

Compatible Networks;
•   Verizon (4g)
•   ATT (3g),
•   T-Mobile (2g, bad reception)
PP Version must be unlocked before using with Verizon Postpaid/Other Networks

Overall solid phone by somewhat reputable brand. Has an outer screen to show show who is calling, but lacks video camera & playback. Camera quality could be better. Durability is pretty good. Software update finally fixed some t9 input issues Overall solid kosherable option. Also not sold by Verizon anymore. Street price of about $250

Kyocera DuraXV LTE E-4610
•   Can be  koshered: Yes

Compatible Networks;
•   Verizon (4g)
•   ATT (3g),
•   T-Mobile (2g, bad reception)

Similar to Kyocera Cadence above but in a slightly bigger, rugged package. And added video playback capability. Great choice if you can find a good one.

Kyocera DuraXV Extreme E-4810
MSRP: $240

•   Can be  koshered: Yes

Compatible Networks;
•   Verizon (4g)
•   ATT (3g),
•   T-Mobile (4g)

Successor to the DuraXV above. More rugged, Thicker, Heavier. Now with USB-C!
Message+ Replaced with a slower clunkier messaging app.

Kazuna eTalk
•   Can be  koshered: Yes

Compatible Networks;
•   Verizon (4g)

A cheap prepaid phone made by a company that has a Chinese website. Can be purchased for under $40 but must be activated in the prepaid network to work. Has poor reviews but seems to be an okay phone/operating system. Sluggish response to key presses. Cheap build quality


Alcatel Go Flip V
MSRP: $99

•   Can be  koshered: Yes

Compatible Networks;
•   Verizon (4g)

Slow & buggy Verizon phone. Changes back to ABC instead of T9 every time you create a new message, and no way to add words to t9 dictionary. Button presses take a while to register. Poor Quality. Seems to be a bit better than the competition in the "Easy to buy straight from Verizon" category


Orbic Journey V
MSRP: $99

•   Can be  koshered: Yes

Compatible Networks;
•   Verizon (4g)

Another no-name brand with a slow buggy phone. Extremely poor quality. Avoid.


Schok Classic Flip
MSRP: $99 Available at Target

•   Can be  koshered: Yes (Tag-No, Meshimer-Yes)

Compatible Networks;
•   Verizon (4g)
•   ATT (4g),
•   T-Mobile (4g)

A large, highly compatible flip phone from a company that at least looks like its trying. Finally a viable T-Mobile option. Nice display, Impressive camera, and USB-C  docking/charging. Feels laggy and a bit buggy sometimes. A little bit more smatphone-ish than others as it has a, sometimes convoluted , Google Play store and a Virtual Mouse to input touches on apps. Software updates keep improving the phone so there is hope…

NUU Phone
Compatible Networks;
Verizon (4g)
ATT (4g)
T-Mobile (4g)
Cheap price, cheap quality. Buttons seem to wear out pretty quickly.

Alcatel Go Flip ATT  T-MOBILE
Sorry  don’t have exact models all the iterations of these.
Old version- Horrible. Contacts and calling app broken
New Version Go Flip 3- Big improvement
Has Google maps and assistant, will be removed when koshered though.
There is a cricket version that was advertised on Dansdeals.com already koshered on ebay for $60 seems to be okay.
Many many different iterations of these. Some can be filtered. Some cannot. Most are bad phones.

Coolpad Snap
4g Sprint Flip Phone. Bad Phone. Can’t be koshered

ZTE Cymbal
Different versions for Verizon prepaid and T-Mobile. Phone is Okay, Can’t be koshered, But available to buy already kosher in Lakewood.

Sonim xp3800
Compatible Networks;
Verizon (4g)
ATT (4g)
Unlocked versions available

Great phone, similar to the Kyocera DuraXV series
Can be kashered by TAG

Sunbeam
Compatible Networks;
•   Verizon (4g)
•   ATT (4g),
•   T-Mobile (4g)

Can be purchased kashered by TAG
Has a very good voice-to-text option @ $5 a month

Ans F30 Kosher
Offered by meshimer
Compatible Networks;
•   Verizon (4g)

Fig Kosher flip
Sold koshered

Nokia 6300 4G GSM
Sold koshered

Compatible Networks;
•   ATT (4g)
•   T-Mobile (4g)

Other niche options you may want to look into, and up and coming:

Keyphone  https://keyphone.tech
Mindphone  https://greentouchstore.com/pages/mind
Light phone ii $350 E-ink phone   https://www.thelightphone.com]T-Mobile
Punkt MP02    https://www.punkt.ch/en/products/mp02-4g-mobile-phone/

In Short (for most people)

Verizon- Find the Kyocera Cadence or Kyocera DuraXV E-4610
ATT- Schok /Alcatel Go Flip 3/Kyocera Cadence
T-Mobile- Schok /Alcatel Go Flip 3/
Sprint- Get a new service. You’re getting cheap service without a device to use it on

Site that allow you to search based on features and network -
https://dumbphones.pory.app/

Why is there so many garbage phones?
Why are the big brands reluctant to make decent phones?
Why did LG and Kyocera stop making such popular devices? 
Did Verizon ask for cheaper phones to make them more accessible? To make an even bigger profit?
And why can’t we get some normal phones like the old 3g devices? LG Revere, Samsung Gusto, etc. Durable, solid, reliable, NO BUGS! Maybe even… dare I ask for… a qwerty keyboard!
Why do people use sprint if there’s no phones?
What will happen to all the active old sprint 3g devices after T-Mobile/Sprint merger?

Full Disclosure: I currently use an LG OCTANE 3g Verizon Keyboard Phone and I love it. That’s gonna have to change by the end of 2020… but if you put things into perspective, that’s AFTER the November elections. Who knows if Trump will even be president?

I would love if someone knows the answers to some of these questions.

UPDATE: I switched to the Kyocera Cadence and overall, its pretty good.
I also have answers to my questions. To be very brief:
Real operating systems cost $$$$ and no one is willing to put in that much for a basic phone. They all use android (free) Or KaiOS (free and terrible) which dont come readily set up for a flip and have to be "stuffed in". Fulll android+cheapest hardware= Mess
Its hard for small companies to make their own phone due to the massive costs of certification approval and similar.


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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2120 on: August 18, 2022, 09:11:52 AM »
The  sunbeam and fig flip are still missing
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« Reply #2121 on: August 22, 2022, 04:08:04 PM »
I am interested to know how good is everyone's T-Mobile service for calls?
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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2122 on: August 22, 2022, 09:53:42 PM »
I am interested to know how good is everyone's T-Mobile service for calls?

Wouldn't it depend on location?

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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2123 on: August 23, 2022, 08:25:01 PM »
I am interested to know how good is everyone's T-Mobile service for calls?
What are you asking about? T-mobile in general?

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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2124 on: August 24, 2022, 11:58:44 AM »
I am interested to know how good is everyone's T-Mobile service for calls?
Mine is great in a kyocera E4810 even in Lakewood but in e4830 was choppy.
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« Reply #2125 on: August 24, 2022, 01:36:01 PM »
What are you asking about? T-mobile in general?

yes in the area that you are in
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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2126 on: August 28, 2022, 03:36:04 PM »
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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2127 on: September 01, 2022, 10:57:05 PM »
So last summer I paid a ton to get LG classic phones for my daughter's which are on my t-mobile plan. At this point 1 in 5 calls to the phone actually ring and don't go straight to voice mail.
Also have been getting random no service message.
It's super frustrating, and unsafe when they are out alone.
I suspect it's because 5g is the easy of the future and 3g/4g are less and less supported.
But I am hesitant to buy the new 'phone that works really well', the Kyocera, for a small fortune ($225 each) and start a Verizon plan, for the same thing to happen in a year.
Thoughts? @Kosher_Cellutions?

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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2128 on: September 01, 2022, 11:25:36 PM »
So last summer I paid a ton to get LG classic phones for my daughter's which are on my t-mobile plan. At this point 1 in 5 calls to the phone actually ring and don't go straight to voice mail.
Also have been getting random no service message.
It's super frustrating, and unsafe when they are out alone.
I suspect it's because 5g is the easy of the future and 3g/4g are less and less supported.
But I am hesitant to buy the new 'phone that works really well', the Kyocera, for a small fortune ($225 each) and start a Verizon plan, for the same thing to happen in a year.
Thoughts? @Kosher_Cellutions?
The reason why you are having issues has nothing to go with 5g. The Lg classic phones break down. Also may have to do with the fact that you are on t-mobile. If you buy the Kyocera on Verizon, its worth it.

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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2129 on: September 02, 2022, 01:55:52 AM »
So last summer I paid a ton to get LG classic phones for my daughter's which are on my t-mobile plan. At this point 1 in 5 calls to the phone actually ring and don't go straight to voice mail.
Also have been getting random no service message.
It's super frustrating, and unsafe when they are out alone.
I suspect it's because 5g is the easy of the future and 3g/4g are less and less supported.
But I am hesitant to buy the new 'phone that works really well', the Kyocera, for a small fortune ($225 each) and start a Verizon plan, for the same thing to happen in a year.
Thoughts? @Kosher_Cellutions?
So odd. sibling of mine bought one and got it unlocked, and ever since he got it, I have yet to hear a complaint from him. He had said it works flawlessly, phone calls ring on the first ring.
 Assuming in order for it to work on tmobile network you had them unlocked, as it's tied to tracfone.
 As well in what area are/were you using them? 
The kyocera and the exalt are similar pricing, there's some decent websites to buy them from, and you can use mobi or tracfone service should you want to make the switch.

  The mobi service would cost you $10 a month on verizon. and a few dollars less with a referral code I can get you after you get the service. It's 1gb data enough for pic messages and whatever you need done, togther with unlit talk and text.

 Or Tracfone which at the moment you can sign up for each kid(separate account to get eaxh one points) which would cost you $15 for the first month and then $15 for the 2nd month. Again 1GB. Unlmtd Talk/text.
And when using my referral code NNBFY-E624 on tracfone.com after activating an account and signing up for the rewards within 14 days of adding a new plan you'll get 8,000 points which is enough fot 4 months of free service. (Yes 2k a month of points gets you the $20 plan with unlmtd tank/text and 1gb). Now you need to have the phone service active for 60 days before the points kick in. So in essence you're paying $30 for 6 months of service of tracfone service.      And after that if you're not interested in tracfone at $20 a month, a simple process you port over to mobi which is also a great service at $10.


   @thaber not sure I'm understanding. Why you wanting to buy new phones should they want to use Verizon service?
   Just let them use the classic for now?
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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2130 on: September 02, 2022, 06:49:27 AM »
Wouldn't it depend on location?

Location, band/frequency, tower hardware, and most of all the equipment you’re using. It’s like asking everyone what their experience is driving on asphalt, and the answer is it varies unless you can be more specific.
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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2132 on: September 02, 2022, 09:37:51 AM »
The kyocera and the exalt are similar pricing, there's some decent websites to buy them from, and you can use mobi or tracfone service should you want to make the switch.

What is a good website for those devices?

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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2133 on: September 02, 2022, 01:03:00 PM »
Location, band/frequency, tower hardware, and most of all the equipment you’re using. It’s like asking everyone what their experience is driving on asphalt, and the answer is it varies unless you can be more specific.
Another thing (that is solvable) is making sure it has the latest version of device firmware (there were a few updates for the Exalt since it was released, and they might make a difference in service issues.)

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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2134 on: September 02, 2022, 01:43:22 PM »
So last summer I paid a ton to get LG classic phones for my daughter's which are on my t-mobile plan. At this point 1 in 5 calls to the phone actually ring and don't go straight to voice mail.
Also have been getting random no service message.
It's super frustrating, and unsafe when they are out alone.
I suspect it's because 5g is the easy of the future and 3g/4g are less and less supported.
But I am hesitant to buy the new 'phone that works really well', the Kyocera, for a small fortune ($225 each) and start a Verizon plan, for the same thing to happen in a year.
Thoughts? @Kosher_Cellutions?

If you have the Walmart family LG Classic it should very well with Tmobile with no issues as that phone supports the bands needed.
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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2135 on: September 02, 2022, 01:45:08 PM »
So last summer I paid a ton to get LG classic phones for my daughter's which are on my t-mobile plan. At this point 1 in 5 calls to the phone actually ring and don't go straight to voice mail.
Also have been getting random no service message.
It's super frustrating, and unsafe when they are out alone.
I suspect it's because 5g is the easy of the future and 3g/4g are less and less supported.
But I am hesitant to buy the new 'phone that works really well', the Kyocera, for a small fortune ($225 each) and start a Verizon plan, for the same thing to happen in a year.
Thoughts? @Kosher_Cellutions?

The new TCL phones that are out now also for tracfone support all the bands needed for all carriers.
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« Reply #2136 on: September 02, 2022, 02:45:02 PM »
The new TCL phones that are out now also for tracfone support all the bands needed for all carriers.
Which is that?
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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2137 on: September 04, 2022, 04:15:31 AM »


The reason why you are having issues has nothing to go with 5g. The Lg classic phones break down. Also may have to do with the fact that you are on t-mobile. If you buy the Kyocera on Verizon, its worth it.



So odd. sibling of mine bought one and got it unlocked, and ever since he got it, I have yet to hear a complaint from him. He had said it works flawlessly, phone calls ring on the first ring.
 Assuming in order for it to work on tmobile network you had them unlocked, as it's tied to tracfone.
 As well in what area are/were you using them? 
The kyocera and the exalt are similar pricing, there's some decent websites to buy them from, and you can use mobi or tracfone service should you want to make the switch.

  The mobi service would cost you $10 a month on verizon. and a few dollars less with a referral code I can get you after you get the service. It's 1gb data enough for pic messages and whatever you need done, togther with unlit talk and text.

 Or Tracfone which at the moment you can sign up for each kid(separate account to get eaxh one points) which would cost you $15 for the first month and then $15 for the 2nd month. Again 1GB. Unlmtd Talk/text.
And when using my referral code NNBFY-E624 on tracfone.com after activating an account and signing up for the rewards within 14 days of adding a new plan you'll get 8,000 points which is enough fot 4 months of free service. (Yes 2k a month of points gets you the $20 plan with unlmtd tank/text and 1gb). Now you need to have the phone service active for 60 days before the points kick in. So in essence you're paying $30 for 6 months of service of tracfone service.      And after that if you're not interested in tracfone at $20 a month, a simple process you port over to mobi which is also a great service at $10.


   @thaber not sure I'm understanding. Why you wanting to buy new phones should they want to use Verizon service?
   Just let them use the classic for now?



If you have the Walmart family LG Classic it should very well with Tmobile with no issues as that phone supports the bands needed.

I'm in LA. They were purchased from someone local already set up by @Kosher_Cellutions
@myi the classic would be great. They're just not working reliably. Many of their friends have them as well and they are increasingly not reliable.

 mobi on Verizon with Kyocera sounds good. Is it real Verizon service? Where would one get the phone?

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Re: REVIVE THE FLIP PHONE
« Reply #2138 on: September 04, 2022, 08:08:28 AM »
Which is that?
I edited the wiki and put the phone that @Kosher_Cellutions mentioned on the top

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« Reply #2139 on: September 04, 2022, 12:17:19 PM »
Which is that?

They are replacements to the LG Classic but they are models to all the carriers which is nice.
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