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Samsung sets up exchange booths at airports to prevent the Note 7 from blowing up planes

Samsung doesn’t want any more drama with its exploding Galaxy Note 7. The South Korean giant is setting up exchange booths at airports around the globe to offer customers a chance to swap out their Note 7 phones before boarding planes. That way, the company hopes to avert catastrophe and prevent one of its hazardous devices from blowing up in the air. Samsung initially launched its new exchange ‘customer service points’ in South Korean airports, but has since confirmed booths are opening across “high-traffic” terminals in Australia and the US.
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