Flipping phones was expensive in 2000.
The average price per month for a flip phone in 2001 was $15,836.
That’s nearly twice as much as in 2000 and nearly three times as much than in 1998.
And the average cost per month was higher than the national average of $11,926.
That was more than twice as high as the national cost of a cell phone, according to data compiled by The Washington Post.
Flipping phones are among the least expensive of the phones sold in 2001.
The prices were about $7,500 less than in 2000, and nearly $20,000 less than the average monthly cost of cell phones in 2001, according.
The flip phones are the cheapest phones on the market today.
The most expensive flip phone was a Motorola Xoom, which sold for $15.5 million in 2000 but went for more than $100,000 in 2001 as prices soared and carriers offered other models.
The highest-priced flip phone, an iPhone, sold for nearly $200,000 and is now available for sale on eBay for about $300,000.
The iPhone 5 is another model of flip phone.