Product page now reassures customers that the new version won't explode.
With the official recall wrapping up, today's the day T-Mobile U.S. puts the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 — in its new, entirely safe form — back on sale. It's right at the very bottom of T-Mo's list of "featured" phones, but very much available to buy, priced $849.99 to buy outright, or $32.50 per month for 24 months, with $69.99 payable upfront.
A notice at the top of the page reassures buyers that this Galaxy Note 7 is the fixed model, and not the one that's liable to catch fire or explode while charging.
The Galaxy Note7 was recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on September 9th. This Galaxy Note7 has been approved by the CPSC for all purchases and exchanges.
T-Mobile is the first major U.S. carrier to put the Note 7 back up for sale, just a few days after carriers in Samsung's home market. Elsewhere, we're looking at new sales beginning again in Europe from October 28.
Anyone been waiting on new Note 7 sales to start up again? Shout out in the comments!