If you wound up with a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, or its replacement device, here’s how you can get rid of it. Samsung says starting Thursday the units can be returned to your point-of-purchase where it can be for a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge device. You can also hand it back and get a refund. If you purchased the device from samsung.com the company says it will be in touch with details regarding the return process. “The team has been consistent in our resolve in putting consumers first and worked as quickly as possible to execute the plan,” said Paul Brannen, COO & EVP, Mobile and Enterprise Solutions. “We are committed to working closely with our carrier and retail partners to make this as easy as possible for consumers. We appreciate the support we’ve received over the past few weeks.” Americans are receiving fireproof boxes from Samsung to send them them back.
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