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Bad news: Verizon will not offer replacements of the Samsung Note7

Verizon will stop replacing Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices for its customers in the U.S., it announced late on Sunday. The company joins two other phone providers in the country, T-Mobile and AT&T, all of whom announced the disappointing news to Note7 fans on the same day. SEE ALSO: U.S. regulators warn consumers about exploding Samsung washers According to The Verge, Verizon said it is instead offering to trade other phones, if Note7 owners are concerned about the safety of their devices.
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