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  • This is actually gonna be really simple.

  • There's just one company that doesn't way better than the rest.

  • So I've been testing sim cards and WiFi devices here in Japan for at least the last two years.

  • Now, it started when I was sent a WiFi redder to check and test.

  • I've been running around and comparing its other WiFi, testing it doing research.

  • I did a whole video on it.

  • It was longer than it needed to be.

  • But from there I got kind of curious.

  • And so I started testing a lot of stuff and long story short.

  • There is no shortage of options out there.

  • You can get them online.

  • You can pick them up at the airport.

  • That is even Sim card vending machines spread throughout Tokyo that you're just going pop your money into.

  • But I have yet to find something that is a better value and more trustworthy than this video runner right here has been more than two years since they sent this to me, and I still use it and recommend it because it is dirt cheap and reliable to give united how reliable this is I have uses for countless livestream have used it everywhere from northern Japan to southern Japan.

  • Used it on road trips and deep in the mountains.

  • Heck, for eight months, this is the only WiFi that I had here in my house as a YouTuber.

  • You want to talk about a reliability test, and I'm sure there's going to be a lot of people who are like this.

  • Do is being paid by this cup.

  • No, no, I am not.

  • I get free WiFi, which is nice, but I don't get paid.

  • And of me being able to recommend the same WiFi company for over two years isn't proof enough.

  • I would like to refer you to the comments section on either this video or the previous WiFi video that I did, which I'll link up here.

  • A lot of regular viewers have uses over the years, and I openly encourage experiences and reviews down in the comments section.

  • That being, said, a note on SIM cards.

  • While I am personally partial to WiFi just because of the flexibility it provides, and if you're traveling with somebody, it's just cheaper to have one device for two people.

  • I do understand that a lot of people don't want to have to carry an extra device and would rather just have a SIM card right there in their phone.

  • My video does have SIM cards as well that are just as reasonable.

  • And I have yet to run into any trouble with them.

  • Either way, what I like about it is the simplicity, the entire thing.

  • They mail it right to you with a return envelope.

  • And when you're finished, before you leave Japan, you pop it in there and drop it in the post box and you're good to go.

  • I'm gonna link it all down in the description so you can get the most accurate prices and everything like that, along with the code that you can use.

  • I get nothing from that, but it should make daily rentals cheaper for you.

  • And no, I do not know how they keep it so cheap, but it works and it's not gonna break the bank.

  • They haven't.

  • I'll let you get back to planning in Japan trip.

  • If you want more quick tips like this, I will link a playlist right here.

  • Don't forget to hit that subscribe button and I will see you guys again real soon.

  • I was halfway through this video and I realized I still have my PC glasses on.

  • Would have been weird to take him off part way through.

  • I don't even need glasses.

  • These are for the computer.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/30
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