Nexus 7 4G LTE

The Nexus 7 (2013) with LTE just went live on Google Play for $349. Google is selling it as being unlocked with a T-Mobile SIM, however, it should work on (almost) everyone’s LTE network here in the States. We’re talking Verizon (was announced as being supported), T-Mobile, US Cellular, and AT&T, since it supports LTE frequencies of 700, 850, AWS, 1900MHz. I do not believe that Sprint is supported, at least according to the official tech specs which do not list bands 25 and 26.

Keep in mind that you won’t be able to fall back to Verizon 3G at any time, but you can fall back to AT&T and T-Mobile HSPA should you choose their service.

We’re trying to confirm all of this, but that’s what was announced at the Nexus 7′s unveiling.

If you want to use the device on T-Mobile, though, it looks like Google and T-Mo have partnered up to give you 2GB of free 4G data for the first month with “no obligations.” Ground shipping is also free.

Nexus 7 4G LTE

Nexus 7 4G LTE

This Nexus 7 model comes with 32GB of storage.

Nexus 7 with 4G LTE is now available for purchase on +Google Play in Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, UK, Japan, Korea and the US. http://goo.gl/NFuST5

Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi) and the Nexus 7 Sleeve are now available on +Google Play in Korea: http://goo.gl/JE65MX

 

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The Nexus 7 (2013) with LTE just went live on Google Play for $349. Google is selling it as being unlocked with a T-Mobile SIM, however, it should work on (almost) everyone’s LTE network here in the States. We’re talking Verizon (was announced as being supported), T-Mobile, US Cellular,...
The <strong>Nexus 7</strong> (2013) with LTE just went live on Google Play for $349. Google is selling it as being unlocked with a T-Mobile SIM, however, it should work on (almost) everyone’s LTE network here in the States. We’re talking Verizon (was announced as being supported), T-Mobile, US Cellular, and AT&T, since it supports LTE frequencies of 700, 850, AWS, 1900MHz. I do not believe that Sprint is supported, at least according to the official tech specs which do not list bands 25 and 26. Keep in mind that you won’t be able to fall back to Verizon 3G at any time, but you can fall back to AT&T and T-Mobile HSPA should you choose their service. We’re trying to confirm all of this, but that’s what was announced at the Nexus 7′s unveiling. If you want to use the device on T-Mobile, though, it looks like Google and T-Mo have partnered up to give you 2GB of free 4G data for the first month with “no obligations.” Ground shipping is also free. This Nexus 7 model comes with 32GB of storage. Nexus 7 with 4G LTE is now available for purchase on +<a href="https://plus.google.com/106886664866983861036">Google Play</a> in Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, UK, Japan, Korea and the US. <a href="http://goo.gl/NFuST5" rel="nofollow">http://goo.gl/NFuST5</a> Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi) and the Nexus 7 Sleeve are now available on +<a href="https://plus.google.com/106886664866983861036">Google Play</a> in Korea: <a href="http://goo.gl/JE65MX" rel="nofollow">http://goo.gl/JE65MX</a>  

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