The deal applies to the 32GB version of the 7-inch tablet. This gets you a 5GB monthly data allotment. However, the deal does require you to be tied down to a two-year contract.
If signing up for a twenty-four-month contract doesn’t sit well with you, you can also pay £259 up-front for the 3G Nexus 7. The tariff will set you back £15 a month. You will get 10GB of data a month.
If you order the device online or place an order by phone, Three lists the delivery date of the device on the 3rd of December, which is a Monday. Alternatively, you can visit any Three store and get your hands on the device instantly.
The first units of the Nexus 7 offered on Google Play were Wi-Fi-only versions, which meant you could only browse the internet if a hotspot was available or if you were using your wireless home network. This version allows you to connect to a 3G network on the go.
The 3G version of the Google Nexus 7 runs Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), which is the latest version of Google’s operating system. Only a few other devices run this version of Android. These include the Nexus 4, a new 4.7-inch Nexus smartphone, and the Nexus 10, a new 10-inch iPad rival.
The 7-inch device makes it easy for users to slip the tablet in your coat pocket or storing it in a small bag, making it highly portable. Its HD display makes it ideal for watching your favourite TV shows, films, or browsing the web.
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