The carrier will be making two flagship Google devices more widely available for its customers.
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Yesterday, the carrier started selling the LG-made Nexus 4 in more of its brick-and-mortar stores. Moreover, T-Mobile will carry the high-end smartphone in all stores nationwide in the coming weeks. On January 23, T-Mobile also plans to sell it online.
Beginning today, you'll be able to buy Google's 7-inch Nexus 7 tablet, complete with a T-Mobile SIM card, through Google Play.
T-Mobile is the only U.S. carrier to sell the Nexus 4 outright, though it's also been available through the Google Play store. Wi-Fi and data-only versions of the Nexus 7 tablet are available through a variety of channels.
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