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WiFi Rental Service, "Wi-Ho!(R)," Now Available for Travelers Visiting Japan from Australia and Canada

Prnasia2017-09-13

TOKYO, Sept. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- - Connect to Internet in Hokkaido and Other Major Destinations; Unlimited Data Usage Plans Available - On September 13, 2017, Telecom Square, Inc. started offering WiFi router rental service, "Wi-Ho! (R)," to travelers visiting Japan from Australia and Canada. (Logo: http://prw.kyodonews.jp/img/201709115499-O1-c1LB7ivc) With the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics approaching, the number of visitors to Japan is expected to rise. However, there are not many free WiFi spots in Japan, making it inconvenient for foreign travelers to connect to the Internet. Therefore, Telecom Square would like to solve this problem by providing WiFi router rental service ensuring reliable Internet connection for those who need Internet access during their trips in Japan. A WiFi router is a mobile device that enables smartphones and computers to connect to the Internet anywhere. Users are able to connect to the Internet at popular destinations, such as Hokkaido and Tokyo, search restaurants, and open map apps during the trip. Unlimited data usage plans are available, with a flat fee from A$/C$12 per day. Unlike SIM cards, Telecom Square's WiFi routers support up to 10 to 14 WiFi-capable devices simultaneously. Thus, if a user shares a router with members of his/her group, the price per person will be much lower. Customers are able to make an order online and pay with their local currency before their travel starts. In addition, they are able to pick up Telecom Square products at major airports in Japan. The company's dedicated staff will explain how to use them and answer any questions. It is Telecom Square's duty to guarantee all customers a pleasant trip in Japan. For more information, please visit the company's website. https://www.wi-ho.net/en/?utm_source=kyodoprwire&utm_medium=pressrelease&utm_campaign=Multilingual Service Overview Service Name: Wi-Ho! (R) Airports for Pickup/Return: Narita International Airport (Terminals 1, 2 and 3), Haneda Airport, Kansai International Airport, New Chitose Airport, Fukuoka Airport Available Products:          WiFi Router City Type (4G LTE) Daily    A$12/day, C$12/day Unlimited data usage WiFi Router City Type (4G LTE) Pack 7 A$57, C$57 Unlimited data usage WiFi Router City Type (4G LTE) Pack 15 A$87, C$88 Unlimited data usage WiFi Router City Type (4G LTE) Pack 30    A$113, C$114     Unlimited data usage WiFi Router Wide Type (4G LTE) Daily  A$16/day, C$16/day WiFi Router Wide Type (4G LTE) Pack 30  A$165, C$167 Website: https://www.wi-ho.net/en/?utm_source=kyodoprwire&utm_medium=pressrelease&utm_campaign=Multilingual About Telecom Square, Inc. Representative: Yuji Yoshitake, President and Chief Executive Officer Head Office: Homat Horizon Building, 6-2 Gobancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Established: March 28, 1974

TOKYO, Sept. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

- Connect to Internet in Hokkaido and Other Major Destinations; Unlimited Data Usage Plans Available -

On September 13, 2017, Telecom Square, Inc. started offering WiFi router rental service, "Wi-Ho! (R)," to travelers visiting Japan from Australia and Canada.

(Logo: http://prw.kyodonews.jp/img/201709115499-O1-c1LB7ivc)

With the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics approaching, the number of visitors to Japan is expected to rise. However, there are not many free WiFi spots in Japan, making it inconvenient for foreign travelers to connect to the Internet. Therefore, Telecom Square would like to solve this problem by providing WiFi router rental service ensuring reliable Internet connection for those who need Internet access during their trips in Japan.

A WiFi router is a mobile device that enables smartphones and computers to connect to the Internet anywhere. Users are able to connect to the Internet at popular destinations, such as Hokkaido and Tokyo, search restaurants, and open map apps during the trip. Unlimited data usage plans are available, with a flat fee from A$/C$12 per day. Unlike SIM cards, Telecom Square's WiFi routers support up to 10 to 14 WiFi-capable devices simultaneously. Thus, if a user shares a router with members of his/her group, the price per person will be much lower.

Customers are able to make an order online and pay with their local currency before their travel starts. In addition, they are able to pick up Telecom Square products at major airports in Japan. The company's dedicated staff will explain how to use them and answer any questions. It is Telecom Square's duty to guarantee all customers a pleasant trip in Japan. For more information, please visit the company's website.

https://www.wi-ho.net/en/?utm_source=kyodoprwire&utm_medium=pressrelease&utm_campaign=Multilingual

Service Overview

Service Name: Wi-Ho! (R)

Airports for Pickup/Return: Narita International Airport (Terminals 1, 2 and 3), Haneda Airport, Kansai International Airport, New Chitose Airport, Fukuoka Airport

Available Products:         

WiFi Router City Type (4G LTE) Daily   

A$12/day, C$12/day

Unlimited data usage

WiFi Router City Type (4G LTE) Pack 7

A$57, C$57

Unlimited data usage

WiFi Router City Type (4G LTE) Pack 15

A$87, C$88

Unlimited data usage

WiFi Router City Type (4G LTE) Pack 30   

A$113, C$114    

Unlimited data usage

WiFi Router Wide Type (4G LTE) Daily 

A$16/day, C$16/day


WiFi Router Wide Type (4G LTE) Pack 30 

A$165, C$167


Website: https://www.wi-ho.net/en/?utm_source=kyodoprwire&utm_medium=pressrelease&utm_campaign=Multilingual

About Telecom Square, Inc.

Representative: Yuji Yoshitake, President and Chief Executive Officer Head Office: Homat Horizon Building, 6-2 Gobancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Established: March 28, 1974

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