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Samsung begins rolling out Note 7 exchange points at airports

The Galaxy Note 7 is no longer permitted on flights from the U.S. and a number of other countries, and so there’s lots of potential for difficulty at airports where customers who haven’t yet been able to return their affected device (or who stubbornly refuse to do so) have to get on a plane. Samsung is looking to make things easier for affected customers with airport-based… Read More
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