Get a Free Pint with Your SIM Card

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How about a free pint with your SIM Card, especially if you buy one of Mobal’s SIM Cards for your trip. If you’re into the Rugby World Cup, plus you love to drink, you’re coming to Japan and you need a SIM Card. Then, we have a great deal for you.

If you’re interested in our FAQs Section, you can check our page on Life in Japan or our dedicated Exploring Japan post.

The Deal

Right now, if you purchase a Mobal SIM Card you will also receive a coupon for a free 1000 yen voucher for Hub. Hub is Japan’s largest chain of British style pubs, and you can find them located across the country. They are littered across the main districts of Tokyo, plus the major cities of the country. This includes Nagoya, Sendai and Osaka. You can find out more about Hub via our post.

The Rugby World Cup 2019 kicks off (literally) from 20 September 2019. So, you’ll be able to capture all the action live from your local HUB too.

To take advantage of this special, you need to order your Mobal SIM Card from their website. Alternatively, you may be interested in data-only SIM from SIM Card Geek, they have both 3GB of data or 10GB of data available. You will receive your 1,000 yen coupon included with your new SIM Card. You will also receive a discount voucher to save 15% off any BIC Camera purchase. Mobal provides various options so that you can choose the one suitable for your needs.

Mobal JapanIf you need a SIM with Voice Calls and Unlimited Data we recommend the Mobal Voice Unlimited Data SIM. If you need data only, then we recommend the SIM Card Geek’s Data only SIMs. You have a choice of 3GB of data or 10GB of data.

The Advantages!

The advantages of these SIM Cards include:

  • Competitive Pricing
  • Use of Japan’s existing Softbank Network
  • Free English Support
  • Free Worldwide Delivery – including your home or hotel
  • All profits go towards charity

For more information on the SIM Cards please check our detailed article on these options.

If you’re planning your travels in Japan, we invite you to join our rapidly expanding Travel in Japan Discussion Group via facebook.

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