Mumbai: No one can deny the fact that free Wi-Fi and a comfortable accommodation is what makes one’s outing an interesting one. It helps you remain connected even while chilling out with friends and family in a totally new place.
NTT, which is known to be Japan’s largest telecom, has launched its new programme of providing free Wi-Fi to tourists who arrive in Japan. Travelers just need to present their passport to the NTT and register for a Wi-Fi card. This will in turn entitle them to free Wi-Fi access via 45,000 hot spots in different areas of Japan, which includes Tokyo, Hakone, Mt. Fuji, Yokohama, Nagano, Nikko, Kusatsu, Tohoku and Hokkaido.
If you are one of those individuals who is planning to visit Japan, you can even download the iOS and Android version of the NAVITIME for Japan Travel app and obtain an ID and password as well. Mashable also reported that this app can also offer an augmented reality mode that shows you a Street View-style image of the location where an available Wi-Fi hotspot is located’.
As per the official reports, the free Wi-Fi access will be made available for 14 days.