Announcing New Pick-up Points at Kansai and Sendai Airport!
We’re delighted to announce that you can now collect your Mobal Japan SIM from Kansai and Sendai Airport!
Kansai Airport is the third busiest airport in Japan and serves as the gateway to Osaka. It’s a super-busy hub for Asian and Australasian flights as well as serving a large number of visitors from Europe, the Middle East and North America.
Our Mobal pick-up point is located In Terminal 1 at the Red Horse Travel Goods Store. It’s open from 7:00am – 9:30pm every day. In addition to collecting your SIM, you can also purchase travel-related products such as suitcases, adapters, suitcase labels, umbrellas, SD cards & neck pillows, etc. The staff at the store even offer a re-packing service if you have damaged your suitcase and need to move everything into a new one!
Sendai Airport serves many domestic Japanese flights, but also has incoming flights from the Far East, Guam and Hawaii as well as other international destinations.
Our Sendai Airport pick-up point is located in the Sendai Airport Travel Center and is open from 9:00am to 8:30pm every day. If you’re landing at Sendai Airport, you can pick up your SIM, exchange or purchase your Japan Rail Pass and get expert travel advice on arrival.
Ordering your SIM is easy. Simply order online and choose your preferred pick-up point and arrival date at checkout.
Traveling soon? No problems! After placing your order, your SIM is available for pick-up right away, so if you’re ordering next-day, same-day, or for instant pick-up, nothing is a problem!
Kansai and Sendai Airport join Narita and Haneda Airport and a number of Tokyo city spots in our growing list of Mobal Japan SIM pick-up points. Watch this space for international pick-up points coming soon!
If we haven’t got a pick-up point to suit you yet, don’t worry, we’ll ship your SIM to you in your home country before you travel – completely free of charge!
To order your Japan SIM with free worldwide shipping or pick-up at Narita Airport, visit www.mobal.com/japan-sim-card
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