Nexus 7 finally certified for Verizon 4G LTE
Verizon has officially introduced the Nexus 7 with support for its 4G LTE network. Arriving later this week (February 13), the 32GB 7-inch tablet will be offered at $349.99 through its retail stores and website. For a limited time, Verizon will sell the tablet at $249 with a two-year service agreement. Those who already have the Nexus 7 (2013) can add it to their Verizon plan at $10 per month provided they first install a software update.
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