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Updated Consumer Guidance for Samsung Galaxy Note7

Updated: 12 October 2016 Samsung Electronics Australia has extended its recall to all Galaxy Note7 devices in this country, including those that were provided as replacement Galaxy Note7 devices. Customers in Australia who have a Galaxy Note7, both an original Note7 device purchased before September 5 or a new replacement Note7 device, should power down their phone and contact their original.
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