Look No Further! U-mobile Prepaid SIM Card Can Now Be Purchased from a Vending Machine at Narita Airport Station


Last Updated on 01/09/2017

Just step out of Narita Airport and you will find a cheerfully colored vending machine waiting for you. Get your prepaid SIM card there and be connected right from the start when exploring Japan!

As a major mobile communication service provider in the country, U-NEXT came up with the idea of making mobile services more accessible for visitors who have just arrived in Japan.
U-mobile’s turquoise blue vending machine can be found inside the Narita Airport Keisei Line Station.

The data only SIM card comes in two different kinds:
●U-mobile Prepaid 7 days
・High Speed Data Amount:200MB/day*
・Service Period:7 days
・Price:2,000 yen (including tax)
・Types of SIM card:Standard, Micro, Nano

●U-mobile Prepaid 15 days
・High Speed Data Amount:200MB/day*
・Service Period:15 days
・Price:3,500 yen (including tax)
・Types of SIM card:Standard, Micro, Nano

* Speed goes down to 200kpbs once it reaches 200MB/day until 11:59PM of that day. It is refilled to 200MB again the next day.
** Complementary blotting paper is included in the package
*** This SIM card is for data communication only. It can not be used for voice communication.

No activation is necessary. Just insert the SIM card into your device, set the APN and you are immediately connected!

The fact that U-mobile Prepaid is available just steps away from the airport will help make the traveler’s adventure much more secure, easier and much less stressful.

About U-mobile Prepaid: A mobile data communication service using NTT Docomo’s high-speed network. The maximum transmission speed is 225Mbps (download)*, 50Mbps (upload).
*225Mbps Maximum Download Speed refers to the peak speed obtained within the area covered by NTT Docomo high-speed network.

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