Sprint offers its customers trade-in option on the Galaxy Note 7 units
There was an initial issue with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units and the manufacturer sought to solve this one by initiating a recall. From the recall, they made sure that all the 2.5 million units of their device that had already sold worldwide, or most of it for that matter, were returned to the company and new units which were deemed safe got sent back to these customers.
However, there has been new reasons for concerns as some news aired with one of the supposed safe units exploding again aboard an airline and with the kind of panic that this is due to cause among customers, Sprint is offering its customers that are using the units of the Note 7 a chance to trade in their units for another handset on the network.
On the T-Mobile network, they are offering you the chance to take advantage of the Buyer’s Remorse programme that ensures that you can turn it back in for your full money within 14 days of purchase and that only applies to those that are making use of the replacement units of the Note 7. For now though, we have no information on how AT&T and Verizon want to handle this.
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