Phones without Internet

Covenant Eyes is dedicated to helping people overcome pornography in the context of healthy accountability. At the same time we know that the journey to healing and victory can be facilitated with different tools for different people. This article contains information about three cell phones with no internet access – a tool that some people find useful in their fight against pornography.

The information shared here is simply educational. We have no business connections with these companies and have not tested the devices.


Gabb Phone

The Gabb Phone was designed for children and young teens. It doesn’t support social media usage, games, or internet access. This phone operates on a 4G LTE network and has its own payment plan options. It has the ability to make phone calls and send texts, and contains the following apps: radio, music, video, camera, record, calendar, calculator, clock, files, contacts, and settings.

Light Phone

The Light Phone was designed around the concept of minimalism, so it’s very simple. It has the ability to make phone calls and send texts over the AT&T network. You can add a few apps: alarm clock, calculator, simple music player, and podcast tools. For additional information, check out their FAQ page.

Wisephone

The Wisephone is also minimal. It has the ability to make phone calls and send texts. It contains the following apps: calculator, camera, clock, maps, secure messaging, and settings. This phone has parental controls, has the ability to block cell numbers, location tracking, and supports Bluetooth.

Pinwheel

Pinwheel was designed for children as a safe, first phone. They offer three different types of phones that run “PinwheelOS.” On Pinwheel devices, your child can only use approved apps, text, make/receive phone calls, use Bluetooth, and more! Parents can also remotely manage and control their child’s Pinwheel device. You can choose your own phone carrier, and use other safety apps (like Life360 and Bark) alongside Pinwheel. To learn more, visit their FAQ page.


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