Samsung sets up shop in airports to replace/ refund you on the Note 7
Before the initial recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units due to the issue of explosions that plagued them, there was a record on ground that already, the device has gotten to the hands of 2.5 million people.
After all said and done, they managed to recall most of the devices and then the replacement units started to fly out but this was short-lived because the issue of explosions started up on these ones also and in the end, they ended up initiating a final recall for the phablet.
Well, some people are still not wanting to let go of their own units even though they know that it is bound to explode at any time and while Samsung has put in incentives for people to even consider bringing in their device, there are still a lot out there.
To better initiate a full return policy, Samsung has taken the next step into setting up shop in airports where you would need to return your Note 7 device for either a replacement or full refund.
For the present time, these centres are not available everywhere but are visible in Australia from where we are expecting that it gets expanded to other markets, especially that in the US.
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