"If a customer would like to exchange a replacement Note7 for a different device we will do so," AT&T said in a statement.
Verizon customers have this option as well.
In case you missed, T-Mobile has already made it clear that Note7 owners on its network can exchange their unit under the company's buyer's remorse policy that allows customers to return their purchases within 14 days.
The decision by US carriers to allow Samsung Galaxy Note7 users to return their devices has come in the wake of a recent fire incident involving a Note7 unit that was deemed to be safe.
not we had reports form korea itself as well
It is not unbreakable. Any corner hit will break it. Should have had a case.
yes, the current samsung is more about reacting and following than to lead the way, unlike nokia taking serious risks during the 2000s while being leader. Even early 2010 samsung is better than now as they took some risks such as releasing a note pha...