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T-Mobile offers all Samsung Galaxy Note 7 customers a full refund over faulty batteries

Samsung revealed earlier today that it was recalling more than two million Galaxy Note 7 devices — due to concerns over faulty batteries — and offering buyers a replacement device instead. Now, U.S. telecom giant T-Mobile is going a step further by offering concerned customers a complete refund. With this move, T-Mobile has laid down […]
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