Airlines Lift Notification on Galaxy Note 7, but the Phone Remains Banned
Wednesday, 11 January 2017 () Many (if not all) airline companies in the United States have banned the Galaxy Note 7 from their flights as soon as Samsung announced the second global recall. FAA informed these companies that they have to notify passengers about the fact that they are forbidden to take their Galaxy Note 7 devices with them during flights. Well, it looks like FAA has decided to lift the notification on Galaxy Note 7, in order to streamline the pre-take-off and embarking procedures faster and easier. Another reason that FAA has decided to lift the said notification would be the fact that Samsung has confirmed a high return rate for the smartphones following the US Note 7 Refund and Exchange Program, which is now over 96%. On top of that, Samsung has already pushed a software update in the United States and a few other countries, which limit ...
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