Galaxy Note 7 sales for pre-order customers in South Korea will resume tomorrow
As the Galaxy Note 7 replacement program is moving along nicely to meet its objectives, Samsung can now start thinking about resuming sales of its 2016 flagship. The company has confirmed when sales will be resumed in its home country of South Korea. Today, it has been confirmed that sales of the Galaxy Note 7 are going to be resumed tomorrow for customers who placed a pre-order for this device.
Major South Korean carriers SK Telecom, KT, and LG Uplus have all confirmed that they are going to resume sales of the Galaxy Note 7 for those who placed a pre-order in August and have not yet received their units. Samsung is going to officially resume sales for all customers in the country starting October 1. The company has also extended the timing for promotions so all those who purchase the handset before October 15 will receive a Gear Fit 2 as well as 50 percent cost support for repairs. Samsung will gradually start selling the Galaxy Note 7 once again in all markets across the globe in the coming weeks.