As a more “mature” consumer, I’m not completely up to date with new technology and would be grateful for a little assistance.
I have just bought a second hand Nexus 7 2 gen on a well known auction site and I am now in dispute with the seller.
The device was advertised as “Nexus 7 32GB, Wi-Fi + 3G (Unlocked)”.
My query is this – should there be a sim card holder for it to be 3G + unlocked?
Yes, the difference between the “3G” and “WiFi” versions is the ability to hook up to the mobile networks. For this you need to put in a SIM card – just like with a mobile phone.
If it was advertised as a 3G model (or 4G / LTE), and there is no SIM card slot included then I think you have the right to complain. Upon reading that it sounds like you would reasonably assume you would be buying the mobile connected version.