Did Your Samsung Note 7 Catch Fire? Here are Some of Your Options

Believe it or not, there are other phone options to consider before defecting to the Apple and Android camps.

By Laura RiceOctober 13, 2016 10:09 am,

Go to an airport these days and you’ll hear a new announcement alongside that one about not leaving bags unattended – it’s about the dangers of the Samsung Note 7. Many owners of the phone are still hanging onto it despite two recalls and many stories of it overheating and sometimes catching fire.

Now, Samsung is offering people up to a $100 dollar credit to turn their phones in.

Omar Gallaga is with the Austin-American Statesman’s 512 Tech. He says people don’t want to let go of the phone, despite the dangers, because people just really like this phone.

“Samsung has actually done a really good job the past few years in building brand loyalty,” Gallaga says, “and the Note 7 was supposed to be the crowning achievement of this year.”

What you’ll hear in this segment:

– What the $1000 credit goes toward

– How much Samsung will spend on the Note 7 fiasco

– What your options are for phones when you return your Note 7