According to reports out of the Asian country, the refund programs were launched this past weekend, and will run through September 19.
Of course, the option to go for a replacement unit is also there, and customers will have time until March next year to get their faulty Galaxy Note7 units placed. It is being claimed that Note7 users in the country are preferring replacement programs over refunds.
It costs too much to ship and handle the devices just to replace the battery. Keep in mind that the backcover-removing procedure isn't a simple snap-on. It's precisely glued together. And lets be honest I'd want my brand-new spick and span super-expe...
But why refund only make for South Korean? Could someone explain the reasons?
I wonder what percentage of people are getting a refund instead of replacement.