Samsung has announced it will issue a $100 credit for those who plan to exchange their explosive Galaxy Note 7 for another Samsung device, such as the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge. If you decide you’re done with the Samsung brand, the company will still give you some money back for switching to another brand, although it’ll only be $25.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owners can also still request a full refund for their purchase, although we’re not sure if customers would be comfortable with a pocket full of cash and no phone to brag to their friends about their newfound wealth.
Samsung Electronics Canada has announced two credit options for Canadian Customers who have yet to return their Galaxy Note 7, with incentives for those who opt to exchange their recalled phone for a Galaxy S7 or S7 edge. Starting t...
Samsung is setting up exchange booths at airports, offering customers another Samsung phone in exchange for their faulty Note 7s.
Samsung has recalled more than 2.5 million of the phones after faulty batteries reportedly caused the device to catch fire.
If, after all the battery explosions and two recalls, you're still inclined to cling onto your Galaxy Note7, here's a new reason why you should reconsider: Samsung is now offering up to $100 in credit to every customer who exchanges...