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Galaxy Note 7 back on sale at T-Mobile

Product page now reassures customers that the new version won't explode. With the official recall wrapping up, today's the day T-Mobile U.S. puts the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 — in its new, entirely safe form — back on sale. It's right at the very bottom of T-Mo's list of "featured" phones, but very much available to buy, priced $849.99 to buy outright, or $32.50 per month for 24 months, with $69.
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