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FedEx's Express won't carry your recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7

FedEx and the UK Royal Mail are refusing to handle shipments of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on certain of their services following reports that the device may explode. The move is likely to complicate Samsung's efforts to mitigate further problems from its defective smartphones as it is urges customers to return the devices. In a statement to Business Insider, a FedEx spokesperson said its Express service will no long accept Note 7s.
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