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AT&T stops Samsung phone exchanges after new fire reports

NEW YORK (AP) — A&T will stop giving consumers replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones because of reports that some of the replacement phones are catching fire, just as the original phones did before they were recalled last month. Samsung announced a global recall of the phone in mid-September after incidents in which the batteries overheated or caught fire.
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