Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in New Zealand Will Get Cut Off from Network Carrier

By Simran Singh -

Samsung Galaxy Note 7, a device which got into serious trouble after repeated fire incidents, is getting cut off from Network Carriers in New Zealand. This device is also banned for sales by measuring itself.


Users residing in the country, you are strongly advised to return or exchange your device at respective Samsung Store. Otherwise, From the November 18th Smasung will cut off Network to its Note 7 from all carriers in the Country.

Samsung has said in a statement, “From the 18 November, customers still using the Note7 will no longer be able to connect to any New Zealand mobile network services to make calls, use data or send SMS messages.”

As per the Telecommunications Forum chief executive Geoff Thorn, still few hundred Note 7 devices are in use and we advise them to return the device.

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