auckland - The Samsung is serious about getting surrendered the last remaining Galaxy Note 7 devices. The South Korean technology company is in New Zealand gears even shut down mobile networks. The company announced on Friday.
In a message on its website Samsung reports that the new rules take effect on 18 November. Then, owners of a Note 7 not call, text or connect to the Internet. Until then, all customers approached twice with additional information. It is unclear whether Samsung in other countries will apply this tactic.
The Galaxy Note 7 was introduced this fall, but can ignite quickly the batteries were found. Samsung stopped the delivery of phones and came up with a suitable device, but that proved too explosive. The tech company finally came up with a great recall and decided not to sell more phones. In many aircraft, the aircraft were already banned.
Samsung tries owners of the phablets who have not handed in their phone to move to do so. The company came with trade-in counters at airports and made the phones more than 60 percent can be charged in the wild.