If you didn't get the message the first, second, or third time, you should really exchange your Note7. In the last bullet to Samsung's reputation, the US Department of Transportation banned carrying a Note7 onto flights. While there is no questioning that the Note7 is dangerous, having to leave your phone behind isn't ideal. Thankfully, Samsung is in the process of setting up Note7 exchange stations at airports worldwide.

The stations are being set up ahead of security checkpoints, and will offer customers refunds or exchanges. If you buy a new phone from Samsung, they will even transfer all the data from your Note7. Samsung has only officially announced the stations in Australia, but they're in the process of placing them in high-traffic airports worldwide.

Hopefully this is yet another motivator to make Note7 owners return their devices, and we don't have to hear any more stories about the phone sending people to hospitals.

Samsung has released a statement containing a list of Australian airport terminals that currently have the stations:

Sydney Airport (IATA: SYD / ICAO: YSSY)

• QANTAS domestic terminal
• Virgin and Jetstar domestic
• International terminal

Melbourne Airport (Tullamarine Airport)  (IATA: MEL / ICAO: YMML)

• QANTAS domestic terminal
• Virgin domestic terminal
• International terminal

Brisbane Airport (IATA: BNE / ICAO: YBBN)

• Domestic terminal
• International terminal

Canberra Airport (IATA: CBR / ICAO: YSCB)

• Domestic terminal

Adelaide Airport (IATA: ADL / ICAO: YPAD)

• Domestic terminal

Perth Airport (IATA: PER / ICAO: YPPH)

• International terminal
• Virgin domestic terminal
• QANTAS domestic terminal

Gold Coast Airport (1 Terminal) (IATA: OOL / ICAO: YBCG)

• Domestic terminal

Samsung has not yet officially announced any of these stations in other countries, and they will continue to add more in Australia.