Leaked Telstra memo states Samsung is ‘pausing’ Galaxy Note 7 replacements

Samsung has “temporarily paused” shipments of replacement Galaxy Note 7 phones to at least one carrier partner, according to an internal memo from Australian carrier Telstra obtained by The Verge. The memo advises of changes to the Note 7 Global Exchange program, revealing that Samsung has halted supply of Galaxy Note 7 phones to the carrier after reports of fires in the US.

Oh Samsung. How thee has royally fucked this one up, let me count the ways…

Also, Telstra leaking to The Verge?! Like a boss.

Source: Samsung is ‘pausing’ shipments of the Galaxy Note 7 to Telstra, says internal memo – The Verge

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