All four carriers are letting customers turn in their replacement Note 7s, and a report claims AT&T may stop selling the phablet.
Not happy with the "safe" Samsung Galaxy Note 7? There are options at each carrier.
U.S. phone carriers said Friday they are allowing customers to replace their Samsung Electronics Co. Galaxy Note 7 smartphones a second time, a sign that consumer anxiety remains high.
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.
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 ...