AT&T is done and has formally stopped promoting the Note 7. The service reached out to media shops with the following:
In response to contemporary stories, we are now not replacing new Note7s presently, pending additional research of those reported incidents. We nonetheless inspire consumers with a recalled Note7 to discuss with an AT&T region to switch that tool for another Samsung phone or different telephone in their selection.
Additionally they need to reiterate that any one who has bought a Note 7 and want to trade it will have to come to a shop and achieve this, as introduced on Friday.
In similar information, the Verge writes that a Richmond Virginia guy has contacted them with but another tale of the Note 7 and its fiery tactics. Shawn Minter says his alternative Note 7 went up in flames and crammed his bed room with smoke early this morning. He supplied receipts and photographs, which corroborate his tale.