Some New York City commuters are in for a really boring commute to work with no phone to stare at.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority and New Jersey Transit are telling its customers with Galaxy Note 7 phones to shut off their devices before entering a subway station or boarding a train or bus.
“[email protected] customers should turn off #Samsung Galaxy Note 7 before entering station or boarding bus due to concerns device’s battery can ignite,” a tweet from one of MTA’s Twitter handlesreads.
The New Jersey Transit said in its warning Tuesday that it’s “strongly urging all customers not to use or charge the mobile device on board trains, buses, light rail vehicles or in stations and facilities.” – READ MORE
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 now banned on NYC’s buses and trains
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