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How to replace or exchange the Galaxy Note 7 in the US

Samsung has urged Galaxy Note 7 users to power down the device and go through the return/exchange program with their local carrier. The process is a little different for all four major carriers in the United States. Here ‘s all you need to know: Verizon is asking customers to do the return/exchange process via their website instead of visiting a retail store. This process requires customers to.
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