The 4G LTE version of the new Nexus 7 is now available in the UK for £299, along with availability in Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, Japan, and South Korea, as well. The LTE-packing tablet was first made available in the US at the beginning of September, but what's a tablet release if it doesn't encompass the entire globe? 

The 4G version packs 32GB of storage - no 16GB option this time around. Unlike smartphones on the market, this Nexus 7 is carrier unlocked, meaning customers have access to whichever carrier they choose who supports the bands. For a limited time, Google says customers in the UK will receive free ground delivery for a limited time, dispatching from its shipping hubs in one to two working days. 

The US version of the Google Play store was updated on Tuesday, as well, adding the ability to ship the 4G LTE tablet with an AT&T SIM. A promotional deal that gives customers a $100 credit for signing a two-year service agreement is also included. T-Mobile on the other hand is offering 2GB of free data for a month if you choose to ship the tablet with its SIM.