Return Your Galaxy Note 7 Immediately
Samsung has released a statement on Saturday night asking Galaxy Note 7 users to stop using the smartphone or charging it. The announcement has come following a mishap where the handset caught fire while being charged. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has urged Note 7 users to put their phone off and stop using and charging it any further as soon as they receive the warning.

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To give you an idea of how bad it’s getting, major aviation authorities and airlines from North America to Europe and Asia have issued statements against using the Galaxy Note 7 on flights or checking it in with your non-cabin baggage.

Following the reports of the explosion of the device during use or while charging alarmed Samsung. The company then recalled 2.5 million phones last week to inspect the issue with the handset. As soon as the examination indicated serious risk on the Note 7 owners, the company warned airline passengers not to switch on their mobile phones on their journey by air. It also asked them not to charge their mobiles while on board.

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If you have a Galaxy Note 7 then simply you can return it at the point of sale where you purchased it from and receive one replacement by the September 19, 206. So, for further any queries and doubts Samsung have made available to all its users a phone number and an email support where you can simply resolve and clear your any doubts and queries.
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Thanks for the information, I won't get a Note 7 then!

Waiting for the iPhone 7, no need to get that Note 7.

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