Samsung asks Note 7 customers to return their phones – but Royal Mail bans them from being sent through the post in case they explode 



Samsung Galaxy Note 7 customers in the UK are advised to power off the faulty device immediately and return it to its place of purchase, but there's one problem - Royal Mail won't accept posting of the smartphones.
Samsung has stopped making and selling the device after finding that even the supposedly safer replacements it was providing for recalled Note 7 phones were catching fire.
The company are offering a refund or the chance to exchange for a different Samsung model. However, because the Note 7 contains a lithium battery, Royal Mail and Parcelforce won't allow the faulty product to be... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 81
Source: Daily Mail
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