T-Mobile LTE-Ready Nexus 7 Now Available Through Google Play Store

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Some good news for those of you waiting patiently for the T-Mobile ready Nexus 7 LTE variant to launch as it just hit the Google Play store. Available today, Google’s flagship 7″ LTE tablet will ship from the Play Store with T-Mobile service for $349. As an exclusive offer, T-mobile will offer 2GB of free data for one month to kick things off and welcome customers to the carriers LTE network. The “new” Nexus 7 features a 7″ Full HD display featuring 323ppi, a quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB RAM all seamlessly connected to T-Mobile’s HSPA+ and LTE networks. Hit the Google Play link below to get your Nexus tablet groove on.

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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  • The new LTE ready Nexus 7, and featuring T-Mobile service at that. I
    quite like that, I may just sell my Wi-fi version for it. Maybe… Seriously T-Mobile, does your company’s Awesomeness know no bounds lately?? Keep it up! #teamMagenta

    • Qbancelli

      No $30 monthly 4G with this.

      • MNBug

        $20 monthly if you already have a contract with them.

  • bisayan

    Can I use the $30 prepaid on this? u know the 5gb with 100 min.

    • john

      Probably not. T-Mobile blocked the previous Nexus 7 from using that plan (probably by filtering the IMEI), and I doubt they will allow it on this one either.

      • bisayan


        • Alan713

          was wondering the same

  • kev2684

    that free 2GB right there is like a free test drive of T-Mobile’s 4G/4G LTE network. they better be ready to bring the heat. if they get good experience in their first month trial on T-Mo’s network, they might just get business from them, both tablet and phone lines.

  • danny

    Two questions please:
    Will this work with my Solavei (T-Mobile MVNO) plan?
    Can I get this in a 16GB version that takes a sim card?

  • Jose Hernandez

    This is probably off topic, but, does anyone know if the T-Mobile LTE devices get better signal/performance than a regular 4G device?

    For example, would a GS3 LTE, GS4 LTE or Galaxy Note 3 LTE device get better signal strenght than a regular GS3 or GS2?

    If anyone could offer so help with this, I would really appreciate it.