AT&T halts sales and replacements of the Galaxy Note 7 units
There is no doubt that the official partners of Samsung when it comes to the sales of the Galaxy Note 7 have already tried enough for the brand because not only did they stick with this company when the first wave of explosions first broke out, they also had the patience to exchange all of the faulty units for replacements and also, start the sales of new ones that have been deemed safe after a lengthy period of halting sales.
However, it seems that one in particular has had enough of the whole fiasco with the issue of new Galaxy Note 7 units which are supposed to be the safe ones exploding again.
In light of the recent explosion reports on the replacement nits, AT&T has pulled curtains on the replacement programme and their customers who own the device and would love to turn it in would not be getting a replacement unit but rather, another device in the Samsung stockpile.
To further add cream to the story, they have also removed themselves from the league of sales outlets where you can get the phablet from and in the light of recent occurrences, can one really blame them for looking out for their customers?
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