Nexus 7 LTE

If you're looking to snag a Nexus 7 with LTE data but for some reason don't want to do so through Google Play, it ilooks like Best Buy will have them at some point — they're listed as "coming soon" on the retailers website. Pricing appears to be in line with Google's listing — $349 for the 32GB version. 

Source: Best Buy; Thanks, Jeremiah!

 
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htowngator says:

huh... I ordered this last night from Google, but oh well. Still pay tax and no ship fees so basically the same except if I dislike it I have to wait almost a month for a refund from Google vs immediately at BB.

englhard says:

It's the mobile data version, so if you have a contract with AT&T through Best Buy, you might want to get the tablet on the same contract. It's also helpful that Best Buy does financing for those who can't afford to pay all at once.

sk8trix says:

Already own one and loving it!

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NoNexus says:

Best Buy question

Do they usually have the phones available when it is generally available at the carrier?

For instance the Note 3 is available on the 4th for Sprint. Will it be available at Best Buy that same day (roughly) or is there in between time?

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dwd3885 says:

they'll have it same day.

newboyx says:

Typically we have the "major" releases at launch. Tier 2 phones usually trickle in within a week of launch. The Note 3 is available for preorder right no.

NoNexus says:

Thank you both!

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pale5151 says:

Phil have they figured out the Verizon lte yet?

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AjStone says:

Still waiting for Amazon to stock it!!! I have a gift card that I need to use.

drokssilva says:

You do realize that it will cost more at amazon right?

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wshwe says:

The FCC should fine Verizon at least $0.5 million per day until Verizon permits new activations on their LTE network.

rudyy50 says:

Will wait for front-facing stereo speakers.

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shoii says:

God that prize! I love my Note 8.0 but I gotta say that price is ridiculous, so jealous.

Note 8.0

MarkSeven says:

Why anyone would want this on Verizon is beyond me. Anyone is more affordable than them..

cowboys2000 says:

No contract month to month relianle.

I switched frim Sprint to Verizon in December 2011. Switched daughter in August 2013. Still have 2 lines with Sprint. The Sprint usets aren't as happy as us because of coverage.

I get a discount on both but I gladly pay $20 a month more total for better coverage and not having to call customer care or walk into a Sprint Store.

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cowboys2000 says:

oops reliability!

wickets says:

because, at least in my neck of the woods, nothing comes close to vzw in terms of signal

318sugarhill says:

Because I can remove the sim from my phone, forward my number to google voice, and have unlimited data on my nexus 7 and receive my calls over LTE