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Samsung Is Setting Up Airport Kiosks to Replace Galaxy Note 7 Phones

Sergio Quintana, reporting for ABC 7 in San Francisco: Samsung representatives are standing by at SFO in case people bring their potentially dangerous Galaxy Note7’s to the airport. SFO says Samsung reps are now located in front of security checkpoints. Customers can go there to swap out their recalled phones or get a refund. Seems like Samsung is finally getting on top of this fiasco, putting customers first, not their own PR.
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