T-Mobile Supports HSPA+ Nexus 7, Expands Nexus 4 Availability To Retail Stores

Good news for all T-Mobile subscribers out there! If you’ve been dreaming of the day when your carrier will finally start supporting Google’s very own Nexus 7, today’s your lucky day because T-Mobile is now offering a T-Mobile SIM for the tablet on Google Play. It will set back with the same $299 price tag for the 32GB HSPA+ model. If you’re interested, head over to Google Play to get it.

Additionally, T-Mobile is announcing that it will be expanding the distribution of Google’s Nexus 4 smartphone to its entire retail chain. Although the device has been experiencing supply shortages lately, T-Mobile says that its stocks are coming in a few weeks time. Also, you’ll soon be able to order it from T-Mobile’s website beginning January 23rd. The price is set at $199 for a two-year contract and $499 for the fully unsubsidized.

Read about Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and T-Mobile. Filed in Cellphones > Tablets. Seen at: engadget

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