Ok so what do we do now?

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  1. rongotti

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    I returned my Note 7 and got the S7 Edge back in October. I want a new phone this year, but need to figure out what to do. The S8 plus looks dope, but deciding if I should I wait till August for the Note 8? Also, is Samsung doing anything further for us who were impacted?

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    I'm planning everything you said, Note 8 and a deal on it for those of us that had to return the Note 7.

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    Why not get back the Note 7? It's called the Note FE, and it very well may be sold world wide.:p
     
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    it would be up to you. s7 is still a good phone. as far as what samsung will do for those who was forced to return the note 7, there are rumors they will give discounts for note 8 but really will not know until the announcement. and if you think the s8 looks dope, my guess the note 8 will be looking similar.
     
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    I don't see Samsung giving discounts on anything.:p
     
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    might be right after the way they are ripping off those who traded in old phones in order to get 200 bucks off the s8. even brand new phones are being sent in and samsung is sending emails saying the screen is cracked or the phone was not working then charging 175 bucks to credit cards.
     
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    Samsung is in business to make money, that's the bottom line. Now, if they happen to do the right thing every once in a while, well that's just dumb luck. I don't think for one minute that Sammy reads any of these blogs, unless it just happens to be one of their American employees, who passes on what he reads to one of his supervisors.:rolleyes:
     
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    Why would Samsung care they know people aren't going anywhere. The note 7 fiasco proved that. Despite all the bad publicity and stories coming out they weathered the storm and people forgot about it come April when the S8 hit shelves. Honor the $200 gift card, please. See I see Samsung playing it two ways. They play dumb and dare the customer go elsewhere or the "honor" the gift cards and raise the price of the phone $200.

    You don't become a multi billion dollar company giving away money.

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    but if the note 8 becomes a fiasco, I think people will go elsewhere. I think people are sticking with the note series right now because until the 7, it was such a good phone. they are willing to give it another chance though I am wondering how many will stay when the price tag is announced.
     
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    You got it, Batman, but give me Harley Quinn any day.:p
     
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    True, I agree they are one more major fiasco from falling off their throne. But you can bet they are doing everything possible to make sure the Note 8 kicks off without a hitch.