Hot on the heels of Samsung confirming that it will recall the Galaxy Note 7 due to a faulty battery, the U.S. carriers have come forward with details on what their customers can do about the recall.
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon have all announced that they’ve stopped selling the Galaxy Note 7. The carriers have also made announcements about what customers that already own the Note 7 can do:
This Galaxy Note 7 recall is a big deal that’s affecting Samsung, the carriers, and customers. It’s disappointing that Note 7 owners are having their brand new device recalled, but at least the carriers are working to minimize the headaches to its customers by doing things like offering full refunds and waiving restocking fees or offering a replacement device.
Do you have a Galaxy Note 7?