Over a month after the release of the Wi-Fi-only variant, T-Mobile is the first U.S. carrier out of the gate with the LTE-enabled version of the Nexus 9.
Google Play continues to just show the device as “Coming soon,” so if you are planning on picking up the Nexus with LTE for the holidays, then T-Mobile is the place to go. Full retail on the device is $599.76, but you can opt to pick it up for $0 down and $24.99 a month for 24 months if you’d rather defer the upfront cost.
Existing T-Mobile customers can pay an additional $10 a month to add the tablet and with that you receive a data bump equal to your current plan (up to 5GB) that is solely for use on your tablet. Otherwise tablet only plans start at $20 a month for 1GB of data and go up in 2GB increments at $10 a piece from there.
Has anyone been waiting for the Nexus 9 with LTE to hit or is Wi-Fi-only good enough for you?