At least two Australian wireless carriers will not be adding to their offerings Google devices that have been officially introduced on Monday, namely the Nexus 4 and 3G-enabled Nexus 7.
Both Telstra and Vodafone have confirmed that neither of the two devices will become available for their customers. However, users will be able to purchase them through third-party retailers.
According to Ausdroid
, Telstra has confirmed that their main focus at the moment is on ranging 4G LTE devices
, due to increasing demand coming from users, and that the new Nexus devices do not fit their plans.
Vodafone, however, has not offered an explanation on why it won’t be stocking the 3G-enabled Nexus 7 tablet, but it did say on Twitter
that Nexus 4
would be compatible with its 3G+ network, even if it wasn't available through Vodafone’s own retail channels.