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Several major cruise lines ban the Galaxy Note 7

Even though it’s already replaced the majority of faulty devices in circulation, Samsung still can’t seem to shake the belief that the Galaxy Note 7 is too dangerous to be used by passengers traveling in confined vehicles, despite the DGCA’s decision to lift its ban of the handset on aircraft in India. Several major cruise lines, including Carnival, Costa Cruises, Cunard, Disney Cruise Line,.
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