Initially established Samsung Galaxy replacement positions Note7 at Incheon Airport in South Korea.
Now in Sydney, Melbourne and Gold Coast (Australia) have created more jobs at airports so that users can replace your Samsung Galaxy Note7 before boarding an airplane.
The company said it plans to establish replacement positions in airports in other countries, especially in the US where the terminals Galaxy Note7 are prohibited on flights.
A large number of airlines banned the Samsung Galaxy Note7 their flights. In fact, the government of the United States of America has made it illegal to carry a Galaxy Note7 on airplanes because of its swelling potential.
Samsung recommends users to return or exchange the Note7 in their original point of sale, but replacement jobs could prevent the frustration of people who wanted to travel with your smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note7 intended to be a worthy rival to the Apple iPhone 7 Plus, but instead has become a real disaster, a fiasco that has proved to be a major blow to Samsung. There have been dozens of incidents and injuries caused by flammable batteries in the device.
Recently the company launched a new line of terminals Note7 as a replacement, but they were having the same problem. As a result, finally Samsung has stopped its production .