Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is now banned from Airplanes: Penalty is US$179,933 for each Violation

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In United States, the Federal Aviation Administration, on Friday, announced that flying with Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be considered as crime, and whoever is found guilty will be fined US$ 179,933 or maybe an imprisonment of 10 years.

From October 15 onward, all passengers have been warned not to use or even bring their Galaxy Note 7 devices on airplanes. They are advised: If anyone brings one by mistake must shut it down as soon as possible.

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Passengers who do not follow these instructions, will be subjected to fine or may be prosecuted or imprisoned for up to 10 years.

Most of you will be aware of Samsung Note 7’s recent burning scandal, In case if you are not; recently Note 7 was alleged to have caused explosion in car where the owner left it on charge. After recent events, Samsung has asked their customers who own a replaced Galaxy Note7 phone to stop using the phone and switch off the device.

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Adeel Younas
Editor-in-Chief at TechWafer (previously The Tech) an Entrepreneur, Blogger, Developer, and Freelancer.

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