AT&T is done and has officially stopped selling the Note 7. The carrier reached out to media outlets with the following:
Based on recent reports, we're no longer exchanging new Note7s at this time, pending further investigation of these reported incidents. We still encourage customers with a recalled Note7 to visit an AT&T location to exchange that device for another Samsung smartphone or other smartphone of their choice.
At the end of last week, after a report surfaced of a Galaxy Note 7 owner whose supposedly safe phone caught fire on a Southwest plane just before takeoff made the rounds, and carriers began accepting returns for those worried about...
After last week's airline evacuation, there are more reports of replacement Note 7s catching fire.
In light of recent reports, we're withdrawing our recommendation of the Galaxy Note 7. When it's not catching on fire or exploding, the Note 7 is an excellent phone — arguably the best out there. Like most of you, we expected batter...
Samsung Electronics said Sunday it’s investigating a Galaxy Note 7 that is reported to have caught fire in Kentucky, a third incident in less than a week involving its replacement phones.