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  • Greg Greg

    30% OFF Ninja WiFi Router Rental Service in Japan

    30% OFF Ninja WiFi Router Rental Service in Japan We would have been lost without it.

    I would highly recommend using one of these whilst on your travels.
    There were no issues and it was really easy for us to use.

    The device helped us travelling around and finding little secrets off the beaten path.

  • Thomson Thomson

    30% OFF Ninja WiFi Router Rental Service in Japan

    30% OFF Ninja WiFi Router Rental Service in Japan Honestly this wifi router was literally the MVP of my 1 week trip in Tokyo. It worked everywhere I went, even underground in the subway stations and on the subway trains. Connection was never lost and speeds were fast. The only time I lost connection was at Mt. Fuji but that's to be expected. If you order a wifi router elsewhere, chances are it's going to be a lot more expensive. If you're like me who uses Google Maps to navigate around and occasionally use the Translate app, this thing is absolutely necessary. Just remember to bring a good external battery for charging your phone and wifi router.

  • Nur Sabrina Nur Sabrina

    30% OFF Ninja WiFi Router Rental Service in Japan

    30% OFF Ninja WiFi Router Rental Service in Japan Fast & efficeint service, easy to use and find the counter and great signal!

  • Eric Eric

    30% OFF Ninja WiFi Router Rental Service in Japan

    30% OFF Ninja WiFi Router Rental Service in Japan I have AT&T as my carrier back in the U.S and have the passport option to use when abroad for $10, this offered a better option. With this device for less than the Passport price a day I would save money and can also have someone else use this connection for no extra charge. With AT&T I was still able to make Wi-Fi calls back home and have no issues and even stream some movies at night. I highly recommend getting this if you are traveling to Japan and need WiFi. Better option over a SIM card. Only reason to get a SIM card would be if you are making many local calls in Japan, but even then with whatsApp or other options you can save money. Definitely get this!!!

  • Edlaine Ann Edlaine Ann

    30% OFF Ninja WiFi Router Rental Service in Japan

    30% OFF Ninja WiFi Router Rental Service in Japan This WiFi hotspot is a definitely must for all travellers. We used it all the time while travelling. To claim it, we looked for the QL counter at the 1st floor of Narital Terminal 2. I showed the attendant my confirmation mail and she asked for my passport (for documentation) and gave me the device. Both WiFi name and password are indicated on the device itself. It came with its own charger, a little pouch and some pamphlets and tourist guides. It was very easy to set up: just turn on the device, look for its WiFi name and input the password. This WiFi made searching train routes easy, we were able to get live Google Maps updates when searching for places, we were able to get in touch with our families back home and we were also able to make other bookings and reservations with this nifty device! A thing to note though is we always carried around a 20,000mAh powerbank so the times that the WiFi's battery got discharged, we could just charge it in my bag on-the-go. Also, the device's battery life was a bit wonky for a day (I charged it to 100% and it went to 0% after a few minutes). I kept it plugged to my powerbank and it just went back to it functional self after a few hours. I'm not sure why that happened but with our powerbank in hand, it didn't really affect our experience with it. This WiFi is fast and it worked wonderful! It is also much more affordable compared to getting a WiFi hotspot on the day of your arrival, and I was also able to use a voucher code for an additional discount for the device rental. When our trip was over, the QL return counter was conveniently there at the departures terminal at Narita Terminal 2, 3rd floor so returning it was a breeze. All I had to do was give them the device and log my name. Then it was done! I used the airport's WiFi until we departed Japan. This is a definite must and I highly recommend it!