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    Looking for a minimalist Flip Phone

    Looking for a flip phone that is absolutely minimalist.
    Calls, text, transfer ring tones via USB cable to a computer.
    I use a GSM network in the United States.

    A nice to have would be the ability to be a wifi hotspot or even a physical tether to a tablet or laptop.

    I don't mind using an older phone and have a preference to Samsung (like Rugby)

    Open to all suggestions.

    CE

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    Try an s7, it's cheap now and it's really good.

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    Here in Canada, pretty much every prepaid service has, at the bottom of their phones on offer, the LG F4NR. I guess that it's a winner! My dad used one to evaluate a secondary line before switching back to his senior-specific phone. It's solid and reliable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theogritzi View Post
    Try an s7, it's cheap now and it's really good.
    Is the s7 a "a minimalist Flip Phone"?

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