Are Free WiFi Spots in Japan Really Useful? Part 3: Ambiguity Problem & Solutions
This is the last part out of 3 consecutive blog posts, “Are Free WiFi Spots in Japan Really Useful?”
If you are directly come to here, you may want to start the part 1 here.
Well, following the last article, I will write about the last major reason why I don’t think that Free WiFi Spots in Japan is really useful. Along with it, I will refer to solutions to them.
To know them beforehand, you can avoid wasting your rare time during travel in Japan.
This is the last part out of 3 consecutive blog post, “Are Free WiFi Spots in Japan Really Useful?”
If you are directly come to here, you may want to read the part 1 here.
If you want to confirm fast and reliable connections, Free WiFi spots are not the best.
There are 3 major reasons that are closely linked to each other.
- Free WiFi Spots are concentrated in urban areas surrounding major cities such as Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto.
- Such cities have countless number of people who need internet.
- Free WiFi Spots have tend to be NOT connected when they are used by many people at the same time.
My recommended solution is quite simple, and some already have suggested.
It is . . . just renting a pocket WiFi or buying a prepaid SIM card.
At this point, they are one of the best solutions to get secure, reliable, and private connections
far more than ones with Free WiFi service. Don’t waste your rare time in travel in Japan.
However, there are very many providers in Japan, and they provide seemingly the same service . . .
And. . . this is my turn at last.
If you provide your travel situation, I can suggest one of them to best suit with your travel.
Sent me an inquiry through the link below or just comment here.
LightPocket Main Website: https://lightpocket.jp/en/user/contact