Samsung together with Australia carriers is striving to block the Note 7 from retrieving mobile
Samsung is working with mobile carriers in Australia to close network access from all Note 7 devices. The company has made this move to get all of the fire-prone phone to avoid any more possibly unsafe occurrences.
- Fariha Khan
- December 4, 2016
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The process called “network discontinuation” will initiate on December 15th. it basically implies that users of Note 7 can send texts, make calls, and use data.
Samsung retold that customers have to power down and return their phones at once:
“Samsung Australia urges any customer still using their Galaxy Note 7 to power down and return their device to the place of purchase for a refund or replacement immediately,”
Samsung is also extending some extra incentives in order to move users away from the Note 7 such as the offer to exchange customers’ phones for a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Note. The company will refund the cost difference as well between the phones and offer customers AU$250 worth of credit towards their carrier or the retailer from where they purchases it. These offers are valid till December 22nd.
The move in Australia is there as Samsung is striving to get block Note 7 completely and should away from the users. Other than the carrier network efforts in Australia and New Zealand, the firm has pushed a software update lately as well in order to constrict the battery charge of the device. It expresses that there are few devices still out there.