Korean Carriers Refund & Replace Samsung Galaxy Note 7s

The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 didn’t quite go according to the Korean manufacturer’s plans, and not long after the smartphone’s market debut, news of an unlucky customer in China whose smartphone battery exploded while charging emerged, along with pictures showcasing the damaged smartphone. A second report popped up before the end of August, and after a thorough investigation, Samsung determined that certain battery cells were faulty. Thus the Korean tech giant issued a global recall at the beginning of September, and South Korean carriers are now offering a couple of solutions for customers who have already purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.According to a news report from South Korea, all major mobile carriers in the country, including SK Telecom, KT, and LG U+ have allowed customers to sign up for a refund of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and have also prepared a replacement program for customers who may want to continue owning a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 without a faulty batte..