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Samsung sued over Galaxy Note 7 recall

The suit seeks a refund for cell phone service fees, as well as class-action status.

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Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 nightmare continues.

US law firm McCuneWright says it has filed a lawsuit regarding the recall of the Note 7. The plaintiffs in the case claim that due to the recall, they were left without phones for weeks.

The suit seeks reimbursement of cell phone service fees. The plaintiffs are also looking for class-action status.

"While Samsung has offered consumers replacement phones or a refund, it has failed to reimburse consumers for monthly costs associated with owning an unusable Note7," McCuneWright said in a post on its website.

Samsung said it doesn't comment on pending litigation.