32GB, Wifi and LTE Nexus 7 (2013) for $349
The LTE version of the Nexus 7 (2013) tablet is now available at Google Play. Shipping in one to two days, the 32GB unlocked LTE device will work on
all most major US carriers as it carries the 700, 850, AWS and 1900 MHz LTE bands. Additionally, the device will come bundled with a T-Mobile SIM card, meaning you can get up and running on a pre-paid plan with just a phone call.
Shipping is free, and the device checks in at $349. Also, the Google Nexus Twitter account says the Nexus 7 LTE will be at T-Mobile stores in October.
Update: We've just heard from T-Mobile, who has confirmed that every purchase will qualify for 2GB of free LTE data during the first month. Their statement is after the break.
Beginning today, the Google Nexus 7 – Google’s flagship 7-inch LTE tablet – will be available with T-Mobile service via the Google Play store for $349 (plus taxes and fees). Only America’s Un-carrier will let customers try its speedy nationwide 4G and growing 4G LTE network before they buy with an exclusive offer of 2GB of free data for one month.
The Nexus 7 is built to deliver the best of Google in a slim, portable tablet. With a stunning 7-inch Full HD display and powerful quad-core processor, the Nexus 7 will seamlessly connect to T-Mobile’s high-speed nationwide 4G HSPA+ and advanced 4G LTE network.
As of early August, T-Mobile’s 4G LTE reached 167 million people across the U.S. in 116 metropolitan areas and is on target to deliver nationwide 4G LTE network coverage by the end of the year, reaching 200 million people. Major metropolitan areas where T-Mobile’s 4G LTE has launched include New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Dallas, Seattle, Atlanta, Miami, and is expected to roll out in many others.
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