Samsung offering as much as $100 for returning your Galaxy Note 7 in the US
A recent survey that was conducted shows that even though the Galaxy Note 7 is a disaster waiting to happen and at best, a literary ticking time bomb, those in the United States that managed to have their hands on a unit of the device before the whole explosion saga started are finding it hard to let go of their units and in a bid to get them to return the smartphones, Samsung has now introduced something of a reward programme for those that turn in their units.
Lucky for you, if you are in the US and you are still with your Note 7, Samsung would give you $100 upon return of the device for a replacement.
If you would be replacing the device with another one from the Samsung line-up of smartphones, they would credit you the $100, which is not some bad money to go have a few drinks with and fill up on gas. If you would be going for the full refund option or for one reason or the other, would like to exchange with another phone not made by Samsung, they would credit you with only $25 instead. Ouch!
That hurt, we know, but they have to make sticking with them a sweet enough deal for you.
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