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Samsung Asks Customers To Return All Galaxy Note7s In Australia And Worldwide -- Again

Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 problem has gone from bad to worse. After a complete recall of phones with exploding batteries, and a costly replacement program for customers, and most recently a continuing fire issue with replacement phones, Samsung is asking customers to return all Galaxy Note7s — including replacement devices both locally and internationally — for a full refund or exchange to a different device.
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