Sprint now allowing Galaxy Note 7 users to trade-in for another device

Galaxy Note 7

#Sprint has officially become the first carrier to allow customers to trade-in their #GalaxyNote7 for any other device. This comes on the heels of a user reportedly finding his Galaxy Note 7 to be fuming and bursting in flames onboard a flight last Wednesday. While the extent of the issue is not known yet, Sprint has mentioned that any customers who purchased the handset from them can return the device for another smartphone of their choice during the investigation period.

So if you’ve had too much of the Galaxy Note 7, now might be the best time to make the switch to another smartphone of your choice. It’s still not known if the replacement units are also facing similar issues as the standard models, but this one episode has raised a lot of eyebrows around the world.

A Sprint employee simply said that they are “working collaboratively with Samsung to better understand the most recent concerns regarding replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.”

Do you own a Galaxy Note 7 bought via Sprint? Are you going to return it? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Re/Code

Via: MacRumors

One Reply to “Sprint now allowing Galaxy Note 7 users to trade-in for another device”

  1. Nope. I don’t have one, but if I got one, and if it did blow up, I would stick with it all the way through.

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