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AT&T and T-Mobile Stop All Note 7 Sales and Replacements After Reports of Further Fires

Two of America’s largest wireless providers suspended their replacement programs for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 this weekend following reports of “safe” replacement phones igniting. In separate statements, AT&T and T-Mobile announced on Sunday that they would continue to accept Note 7s to be exchanged but would only replace them with other devices. Read more...
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