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Verizon and T-Mobile now allowing customers to exchange replacement Galaxy Note 7 with any other device

Samsung would have hoped that the Galaxy Note 7 debacle would end with the replacement program but a new storm is now brewing. There have been four reports of the replacement Galaxy Note 7 devices exploding in this week alone and now even the company itself is not ruling out a potential safety issue with the units that were meant to be safe in the first place. A couple of days ago AT&T.
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