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Last month, Samsung has announced plans to suspend access to mobile networks of the controversial smartphone Galaxy Note 7 in New Zealand. This is the latest effort of the company to get users to return the problematic devices. Now the company is taking the same course, but for Australia.

Samsung has announced that by December 15 all active Galaxy Note 7 will not be able to access mobile networks, which means that stops access to the Internet via LTE, calls and SMS.

The devices will still can access Internet trough WiFi. A few months ago, Samsung released an update that further limited battery and allows them only to be charged up to 60% to prevent spontaneous explosions.

At some selected markets Samsung even offers a discount of $250 if the user returns its Galaxy Note 7 and replace it with Galaxy S7. This amount comes on top of the compensation which the affected users receive. Post from: GizBrain

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