T-Mobile announces 5th October for the resumption of Galaxy Note 7 sales
One of the four biggest carriers in the United States, T-Mobile, has announced that they would resume their own ales of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units as from tomorrow and for their customers who would like to have a unit, they would be able to order and buy from both the online stores and physical stores too.
The device has been in some hot waters in the few past weeks with the issue of explosions rocking its sales and Samsung itself to the core, causing sales to get paused and a recall programme was launched instead. Given that a very large percentage of the smartphone has been recalled and replaced, it is only logical that sales start again so that Samsung starts making back some of the reputation and money it has lost in the process.
This new move means that T-Mobile has also joined the league of Verizon and Sprint that have already started to sell the new and safer versions of the device for some weeks now, leaving AT&T to make a decision on when sales resume.
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