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Samsung Will Swap The Galaxy Note7 For The S7 Edge In Australia

Samsung has put the brakes on its replacement program for the Galaxy Note7, halting the roll-out of new handsets to customers in Australia. Anyone with an original or replacement Note7 is being told by Vodafone to return their phones to swap for a Galaxy S7 Edge, or any other phone. More »      
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