Samsung Galaxy Note 7 returns to T-Mobile
A large batch of safe Galaxy Note 7 phablets has recently arrived in the US, and most carriers and retailers have already begun to sell them. However, T-Mobile is not one of them. The carrier still has to replace some defective units previously sold, but will also resume sales as soon as tomorrow.
According to an official T-Mobile web page, they "will resume sales of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 online and at participating stores nationwide" starting tomorrow. Those who still has to replace their units affected by the notorious battery problem can get a new CPSC-approved Note 7, but if no such replacement is available, they will get a temporary device.
The recalled Note 7 and any accessories purchased from T-Mobile can also be replaced with any other device/accessories, but customers who want a full refund can obtain it as well. The exchange process requires customers to visit a T-Mobile retail store, but information can be obtained via the customer care line at 1-844-275-9309 as well.
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