Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Japan - Pocket Wifi Review




November 3, 2017

Visit Japan - Pocket Wifi Review

Everything you need for internet anytime and anywhere!

Although my phone company gives me coverage in Japan, the convenience of having internet connection with me all the time through a pocket wifi is hard to beat.  There are several options out there including one that will deliver to your home so you will have connection as soon as you land in Japan.

I ended up ordering from CD Japan Rental because they can deliver to your hotel and you can pick it up when you check in.  Set up was super simple.  I just turned the device on, selected the network name of the wifi, and entered the password on my phone.  They have four plans you can choose from all with varying days and unlimited data usage.  However, depending on the plan, once a certain amount of data is used, the network speed will slow down but will renew when the new time period starts. 

I found having the pocket wifi very convenient during my trip and never had any problems.  The battery on the wifi would last me the entire day and night, but I still carried a power bank just in case.  Before leaving Japan, I simply put everything into the provided prepaid envelope and dropped it into a post office drop box.  I was lucky that there was one in my hotel, but you can drop it off at any postbox in Japan. 

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