Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Prepaid Wireless Data in Japan

For my past few trips to Japan, I had very limited internet access and it's really torturing unable to facebook or whatsapp etc rite? What do you guys feel without internet for a few days? I had to check which hotel provides free internet WIFI and the worse part is internet access only available in lobby area and not in room! I have to online downstairs wearing inconvenient -_-"'

I got to know from Visit Japan Now that prepaid LTE SIM by So-net, an easy-to-use prepaid wireless data service, will be available from a vending machine at KIX (Kansai International Airport) from April 22. 
Yoooohooo...get to online anywhere in Japan now! It will be the 1st vending machine selling SIM card at airports in Japan. 
The price is 3,000 yen (~RM95) for 100MB, 5,000 yen (~RM160) for 500MB.
100MB plan last for 30 days while the 500MB one is for 60 days. You can always add more later.It's easy to check your remaining data or refill it on your user page.

These 2 plans really perfect for:
  • immediate mobile service - After purchasing the SIM package, complete the simple web-based procedure to start using the service.
  • short term, prepaid service - Use the service however you want, whether it's for short-term use or keeping cost at a minimum...or both! You can also add more data as needed.
  • fast data service - Enjoy lightning-fast LTE speeds on the NTT DOCOMO network and rock-solid 3G speeds outside LTE areas.
Where to buy?
Purchase at the locations noted below:

Sale starts on 22nd April, 2014. Who is planning to go Japan soon? Must checkout where to get it ya..
How to use it?

For more info about the SIM, please visit:

Interested to checkout my Japan travelogue? Check it out here.

1 comment:

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