Nexus 7 LTE Goes Live on Google Play Store with AT&T and T-Mobile SIMS Available


Editor in Chief
Staff member
Jan 5, 2011

The newest 2013 generation of the Google Nexus 7 LTE version just went on sale in 10 countries in the Google Play Store. In the United States, folks who are on AT&T or T-Mobile will be the only ones who can utilize this device fully, as only these carriers have SIM cards for the LTE version of the device. Here's a list of the countries where you can order this device from the Play Store:
  1. Australia
  2. Canada
  3. Germany
  4. Spain
  5. France
  6. Italy
  7. UK
  8. Japan
  9. South Korea
  10. United States
We still have no word on a Verizon or Sprint version of this device, and we aren't too sure if there ever will be one. If this changes we will update you guys.

Source: Google Play Store


Senior Member
Dec 12, 2012
While Verizon hasn’t fully locked down their network from this tablet, it will not activate the device with a new line. And, in America, it's legal. A carrier will deny you a new line because they don’t like the device you bought, despite it being a device designed to work on the network. But, it’s just a good reason not to give them your money. Speak out, and then things will start changing. Hopefully public pressure will force Verizon to go back on this decision.