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AT&T will now let Note 7 owners return their replacement phone

The plot thickens. AT&T has reached out to Android Central to let us know that they are offering to replace the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for another phone if you have any concerns over the safety of the device. If a customer would like to exchange a replacement Note7 for a different device we will do so. The short official statement comes on the heels of a replacement Note 7 phone catching fire on a Southwest Airlines plane that was boarding in Louisville and destined for Baltimore.
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