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How to return your Galaxy Note 7

Samsung has called for a return of every Note 7 that was sold or exchanged. No matter where or when you bought your Galaxy Note 7, what carrier you're using it on or how long you've had it, you need to turn off your phone and return it for a refund or exchange. The process differs a bit between regions, carriers and retailers, but we have the information for you here that will remove at least one step of the process.
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