People who bought and returned Samsung’s fire-prone phone last year should be rewarded with extras and cash.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will not be a cheap phone. But if you returned last year’s recalled Galaxy Note 7, Samsung should cut you a deal.
Buyers shelled out over $800, £700 and AU$1,300 to purchase the Galaxy Note 7 when it arrived last August. Not only was it Samsung’s most advanced handset for power users, it was also one of the most powerful, beautiful devices Samsung has ever made. But customers were either made to return it or switch to a different, less-expensive Samsung phone after fire-prone Note 7 units were pulled from the market not once, but twice.