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AT&T, Sprint will let replacement Galaxy Note 7 owners exchange their device

Samsung rolled out its replacement program for the Galaxy Note 7 back in late September, letting owners exchange units with faulty batteries. However, recent reports surfaced about a replacement Galaxy Note 7 caught fire while on a Southwest airplane earlier this week, and so fears that the issue may not been resolved have cropped [...]
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