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The easiest way is indeed to come to Japan with a SIM-free device and getting a data SIM. The best deal I found when visiting for 3 months back in March '14 was ordering an OCN SIM from Amazon JP (http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00EQ12AYS - had same-day shipping option and an additional discount when I was there). I got mine shipped to my hotel. Once you get ...


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UK organizations that provide prepaid cards are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (formerly FSA), and the FCA places a very high priority on the prevention of money laundering. As a result, you will face several hurdles... 18 years of age; and Proof of identity; and Resident in the UK You can use your passport to establish items 1 and 2. The ...


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This changes a lot, so we can't quote prices as they may be outdated pretty quickly for the next visitor. But one of the best resources for this sort of thing is to look at prepaidwithdata.wikia: It shows the three major providers there: A1 T-Mobile 3 (Drei) and that'd be your best starting point - looking at the sites for those and seeing what the ...


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I used Movistar all over the country. You can buy a sim (pronounced seem) in a Movistar office for 30 peso. Once its activated you have to then go buy credit from a shop or kiosk, I would just go into a shop and say "recharge" and point at my phone, they will then ask for your number,best to have it written down to show them, and the amount of credit you ...



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