T-Mobile – one of the Big Four carriers in the US – has announced that it will resume sales of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 in the country beginning October 5 (tomorrow). The phablet will be available for purchase through the carrier’s website as well as offline stores.
With this, the magenta carrier joins Sprint and Verizon who have been selling the new, safer version of the phone for the past couple of weeks. So now, AT&T is the only carrier among the Big Four that has yet to resume Galaxy Note7 sales, or at-least announce when it would do so.
Again, we encourage customers to stop using and power down their recalled devices and return their Note7 to T-Mobile.
To help offset any additional costs our customers may have incurred throughout this process, anyone who returns their Note7 for a replacement will automatically receive a one-time $25 credit on their T-Mobile bill within two bill cycles.