Samsung has set up booths in airports across the world to give Galaxy Note 7 users that chance to exchange or get a refund for the devices before they board a flight with an airline that has banned the handset.
The booths have opened in South Korea, seven airports in Australia, and are now rolling out in the U.K.'s major terminals, a Samsung spokesperson told CNBC.
Production of Samsung's Note 7 smartphone has halted after several reports of the handset, and its replacement, catching fire. Airlines and authorities globally have moved to ban the device outright on flights. The U.S. Federal Aviation Authorities and Japan's transport ministry ordered a blanket bans on Note 7s on flights. South Korean carrier Asiana also banned the handset, while Hong Kong's Civil Aviation Authority has also prohibited the device being brought on flights to and from the country.