Lively Flip Phone is a Simple Cell Phone for Seniors to Use | GreatCall

Lively Flip Phone is a Simple Cell Phone for Seniors to Use | GreatCall

The Lively Flip, from the makers of Jitterbug, is a simple cell phone for seniors to use. Enjoy using your phone with the easy-to-use features; the big buttons and list-based menu make it easy to navigate; a 3.2″ large, bright screen makes it easy to read; a powerful speaker, flashlight with magnifier, 8MP camera with video and flash make it easy and fun to use. Turn your big button cell phone into a health and safety device by adding Urgent Response Service, giving you access to reliable help in any emergency. Personalized services and customizable applications that are easy to use and help keep you connected, safe and healthy wherever you go, all with the support of our Lively Response Team. Stay in touch and learn about GreatCall’s health and safety solutions, like this video and subscribe to our channel! Learn more about Lively Flip: Subscribe to GreatCall Currents Blog for Caregivers and Seniors: Connect with us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter:


  1. whillop on April 22, 2021 at 2:46 am

    Wasn’t she available for her daughter when she was a baby ? I need some background … Is this woman just a bitch, or what ???

  2. Evan Charlo on April 22, 2021 at 2:46 am

    I ordered a flip phone on Jan. 4, 2021, over the phone with GreatCall. We were told that the phone could block numbers, and the sales rep actually asked me for phone numbers that I wanted to block, so I gave them to her, and she said she blocked them on my account, even before the phone was shipped. In addition, we were told that it was possible to port our landline phone number to it, but after attempting to activate the phone, the rep in the Activation Dept. said they would "try" to see if the number can be ported in. In addition, she said that this phone cannot block numbers. After explaining that the numbers were already blocked on my account, she said that they weren’t, and that it’s not possible. I asked for the order to be cancelled for a full refund, and asked when they wanted to pick it up. She said that they don’t pick up packages, that they use third party services that do not pick up packages. (Of course, I know that FedEx has a pick up service.) I asked to speak to a Manager, ad nauseam, because it was almost impossible to talk to one. The rep said a Supervisor would call me. I told the rep that the Supervisor should only call me after she listens to the recording of the calls from when I ordered the phone, and the current call. The Supervisor called a short time later, obviously before listening to the recordings, because the call from when I ordered it was very lengthy. I told her to listen to the recordings and call me back. I haven’t heard back. In addition, we have not received a label for the return of the phone, nor have we received a refund.

  3. b l on April 22, 2021 at 2:53 am

    This is without a doubt the most senior-unfriendly phone ever "improved" upon. The millenial punks who did away with the perfectly easy Jitterbug and came out with this piece of sh*t are obviously not caregivers to any senior in their life. But then again, we’re all supposed to use "smart" phones, and that’s the bottom line now, isn’t it?

  4. john lee on April 22, 2021 at 3:09 am

    How can you have time for your mom when you have a dog? I wish I could be more available for my mom, but with the Lakers, the Dodgers and washing my hair, it is really hard.

  5. Nick Ercole on April 22, 2021 at 3:15 am

    I swear by this phone, it changed my life

  6. Sheryl S on April 22, 2021 at 3:21 am

    I came looking for this advertisement expecting to seek way more backlash about the woman who puts her dog before her "precious" mother. Absurd. Granted, the dog is part of the family, but your mother should come first. Maybe someone else can take care of the dog… (Her husband, her kids, her neighbor, a friend…???). I’ve noticed that when they run the advert lately, that the part about the dog is omitted. But in my mind, the original advert should have never made it to the air and the damage is done.

  7. Daniel on April 22, 2021 at 3:23 am

    I’m a senior and I resent the patronizing attitude. I don’t choose a Dr because they’re really nice. And most of us have the witts to figure out a cell phone.

  8. Cruz Amatic on April 22, 2021 at 3:26 am

    Buyers beware. This has to be the worst phone I have ever programed. it does not even have speed dial. My senior dad is legally blind, he presses the raised number 5 button and he knows it will dial me, but this phone will not do it. It’s even a six-step process just to dial a number if they can even remember the phone number. The Lively flip is the biggest piece of rubbish ever, espesially for a senior . It’s well-built, the buttons are large, the display is nice but if you can’t dial it it totally defeats the purpose of the phone. If a name without a number gets put in you can’t even delete it it’s a horrible device so buyers beware.

  9. Doug Badgley on April 22, 2021 at 3:28 am

    Did the actress on the left appear in two episodes of Star Trek Next Generation as the character “Vash”?

  10. Jack Bourgeois on April 22, 2021 at 3:30 am

    Yall gotta get to know who you’re advertising too, this ad doesn’t interest me and 99% of the population

  11. Shannon King on April 22, 2021 at 3:34 am

    The new version of the “help I’ve fallen and can’t get up”

  12. ET_Explorer on April 22, 2021 at 3:40 am

    Why can’t these videos or websites show a son and his mother talking about this phone.
    Why must it always be daughter and mother 😣

  13. cc my office on April 22, 2021 at 3:40 am

    The new "Lively FLIP" cell phone (the ‘new’ Jitterbug) does not allow you to just flip open the top to answer the call. You have to open the cover, search for the ‘ok’ button and then press it. It is DEFINITELY NOT "senior-friendly."