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NTT Communications’ Prepaid SIM for JAPAN Adds 7-day Option

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NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com), the ICT solutions and international communications business within the NTT (NYSE:NTT) Group, announced today a fast, convenient LTE prepaid data service, “Prepaid SIM for JAPAN” (, to allow short-term business travelers and tourists visiting Japan to enjoy up to 100MB of data per day under a new seven-day plan, as well as the existing 14-day plan.

Prepaid SIM for JAPAN (7days), package design (Photo: Business Wire)

Prepaid SIM for JAPAN (7days), package design (Photo: Business Wire)

List price (excl. 8% tax)

JPY 2,980 (payment currency depends on location)
Max. volume 100 MB/day
Max. speed Download: 150 Mbps; upload: 50 Mbps
Max. speed after 100 MB/day 200 Kbps (until midnight of that day)
Service area Japan (nationwide)
Support Languages – Website: Chinese (traditional & simplified), English, Korean and Japanese

– Service application: English

– User manual: Chinese (traditional & simplified), English, Korean, Japanese and Thai

– Helpdesk: Chinese, English, Korean and Japanese

Service extension Neither plan can be extended
SIM card sizes Nano / Micro / Regular
Purchase locations


Before Arrival in Japan (*1)*

After Arrival in Japan
Kansai Airport
- Kansai Airport Agency: (Japanese only)
Fukuoka and Naha Airports
Yodobashi Camera (Electrical goods chain): (Japanese only)
Other Airports and Hotels(Japanese only)**

*Card will be sent to a post office at a user-designated airport (Narita, Haneda, Kansai, Chubu Centrair, New-Chitose, Fukuoka, Kagoshima or Naha), or to certain hotels in Japan
**Some locations may not yet offer 7-day plan at launch time

Please see to get started after ordering the SIM card.

(*1) Prepaid SIM for JAPAN (7 days) will be available through KADOKAWA TAIWAN CORPORATION ( and KADOKAWA HONGKONG LIMITED (, Taiwan Rakuten Ichiba ( and Books.Com Co.Ltd ( in Taiwan, EGLtours ( in Hong Kong after November. Additional purchase points, including airports, electrical goods stores and travel agents, will be added.

For added convenience, including unrestricted data, travelers are also encouraged to apply for the Japan Connected-free Wi-Fi service (

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