12 Wildly Successful People Who Still Use Flip Phones
Brock Miller/www.splashnews.comThe flip phone isn't extinct yet. Some even say it's making a very-trendy comeback.
Celebrities, CEOs, sports team owners, and politicians have all been spotted with archaic, clunky flip phones. Some cling to them citing security reasons. Others like them for their functionality.
At a time when everything from confidential corporate emails to iCloud accounts are getting hacked, these successful people might have the right idea by turning to flip phones.
Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, is worth $3 billion and he still uses a flip phone.
Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour still flaunts hers.
Stephen Schwarzman, the CEO of private equity behemoth Blackstone Group, uses a Nokia 6350.
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has used the same Samsung flip phone for years.
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio rocked a flip phone on the campaign trail last year.
Iggy Pop uses an old Rugby flip phone because it's nearly indestructible.
New York senator Chuck Schumer has a hoard of LG flip phones and says he'd probably be addicted to email if he had a smartphone.
Rihanna has a black T-Mobile flip phone.
Warren Buffett has showed off his Nokia flip phone on CNN.
BONUS: For security reasons, President Obama isn't allowed to use iPhones.
BONUS: Facebook engineers use flip phones for their Internet.org project.
BONUS: Kim Kardashian buys up BlackBerry phones on eBay because she's afraid they'll go extinct.
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