AT&T is considering ending Galaxy Note7 sales reported by Bloomberg. AT&T may also stop exchanging defective Note7s for the replacement phones. AT&T is now considering replacing Note7 with another smartphone altogether. AT&T is one of the biggest carriers of Samsung phones.
Clearly, Wednesday’s incident on a Southwest Airlines flight has Samsung’s carrier partners concerned. They’ve already dealt with the initial recall, and it appears AT&T may be done taking chances on the Note7. This could be the sunset for Note 7 sales in the US.