Some wireless carriers are letting customers return the replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7, following a report that one caught fire and caused an evacuation on a Southwest Airlines flight Wednesday.
A Sprint spokesperson told Recode that the carrier will allow customers to return replacement Note 7s while Samsung and authorities investigate the incident. You can exchange it for any device Sprint sells.
With reports that replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7s are still going up in flames, Sprint is offering its customers the option of exchanging their units for any other smartphone.
A replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 started smoking and burned through the carpet on board a Southwest flight this week. Following the incident, one US carrier is allowing owners to exchange those replacement devices even though the...
While the CPSC investigates a fire allegedly caused by a Note 7 on a Southwest Airlines flight, Sprint is allowing customers to exchange their replacement devices.
A reported replacement Galaxy Note 7 burst into a smoky mess on a recent Southwest Airlines flight and now the US CPSC is investigating the incident.