Confidence in the Note 7 was fading, and now it may not be there at all.
Everything seemed to be getting back in order in regards to Galaxy Note 7 exchanges and sales in the U.S., but announcements from Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon today show that they may be fed up with the situation at this point. All four carriers have confirmed that in light of ongoing public uncertainty about the safety of the Note 7, customers can return even their replacement Note 7s for refunds or exchanges.
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...
Not happy with the "safe" Galaxy Note 7? There are options if you are on either carrier.
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.
Sprint was the first to allow customers to exchange their Galaxy Note 7 devices, but now all four major US carriers are allowing exchanges for any other device in stock following reports of a replaced Note 7 erupting into flames.