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Samsung now offering extra $100 to Galaxy Note7 users who turn in their phones

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Samsung now offering extra $100 to Galaxy Note7 users who turn their phones in

Two days after halting sales and production of the Galaxy Note7, Samsung announced a second recall of the phones with exploding batteries, along with a $100 incentive for users who turn them in.

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