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T-Mobile offering Galaxy Note 7 customers a $25 bill credit

Today the US Consumer Product Safety Commission officially announced the second recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which has prompted T-Mobile to offer its GN7 customers a $25 bill credit as incentive to return the recalled device...
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