SIM card vending machines: how more convenient can Japan be?

A prepaid SIM card vending machine at Narita International Airport in Narita in Chiba Prefecture (Shoichi Otsu, Asahi Shimbun)

A prepaid SIM card vending machine at Narita International Airport in Narita in Chiba Prefecture (Shoichi Otsu, Asahi Shimbun)

 

“NTT Communications Corp. has installed vending machines for prepaid SIM cards at Narita International Airport, offering an easy option for users to activate their mobile phones and other devices on arrival.

Users simply scan their passports to register identification information.

The machines operate around the clock. One is in the arrival lobby of Terminal 1 and the other is in the arrival lobby of Terminal 2.

NTT Communications installed the machines because of the continuing rise in foreign visitor arrivals.

Previously, SIM cards were only available at stores in the airport.” (The Asahi Shimbun)

 

In the country of convenience stores (“conbini” in Japanese) and of all kinds of vending machines, SIM cards can be bought now from  vending machines: how more convenient can Japan be? What do you think?

 

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