Starting July 24, 2015, prepaid SIM cards are now available for overseas visitors at the arrival lobbies of Narita International Airport. Sold via vending machines, the SIM cards require only credit card payment, and may be purchased 24/7. This means that visitors on late night and early morning flights may now use their own devices directly after arriving at Narita.
The locations of the vending machines are on the 1st floor, Main Building Central Section Terminal and 1st floor, Main Building Central Section Terminal 2. The SIM cards come in 3 different sizes to suit a wide range of devices, with usage limits of 100MB per day. They are available for 7-day and 14-day periods.
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My question is.. Do you mean Haneda still operates? I think it's mostly for Domestic and Narita is more for International flights. Since 2003, i always took to Narita..
Could you please, tell us if Econnet Japan is at Narita? Do they accept credit cards?
Thanks in advance!!
do yourself a favor and research online beforehand. Those plans are way expensive.. tons of websites that offer much better plans. I recommend econnect Japan.. Docomo network --> good coverage even in remote Hokkaido places and you can use the cards for VOIP.. most cannot
My first flight was $50 more to Haneda from SFO direct compared to a layover in LAX. Factor in food at LAX and the cost of a RT train ticket to Tokyo and it ends up costing more. It also varies by airline but I always choose JAL now regardless of price.
Love traveling in Japan ! everything is ALMOST available in vending machines! Umbrellas, ice cream, bento box etc...etc....I could just live on the (train) platform & never leave the station !
Mostly all US to Tokyo flights are cheaper to Haneda. And most flights are non-stop as well compared to Narita
Cheaper airlines. Eg. Jetstar flies to Narita, but it's bigger, more expensive cousin QANTAS flies to Haneda at almost double the price.
They had these when I went there in may :') some of the deals are pretty awful but then again my phone didnt connect to the wifi very well at all, wish id have got one :')
mmh only 100mb per day at LTE speed after the speed is capped to 200kps? Even if the prize is interessting those cards are not good for anyone using his mobile device for business during his stay in Japan. Looks like i´ll be paying premium at the usual rental companys for unlimited usage during my stays in Japan.