Wire and Wireless’ App Covers 200,000 Free Wi-Fi Hotspots in Japan

Japanese telecommunications company Wire and Wireless Co. has recently expanded the coverage of its free Wi-Fi connection app, Travel Japan Wi-Fi, to over 200,000 hotspots throughout the country, allowing travellers to stay connected when travelling across different Japanese cities.

Visitors can download the Wi-Fi connection app to use hotspots at over 200,000 locations within Japan for free by completing a simple set-up procedure. Users of the app can get Wi-Fi access at all the major airports in Japan, including Narita Airport and Haneda Airport in Tokyo, while the app automatically connects with free Wi-Fi hotspots at major train stations, tourist spots, and restaurants and cafes, including Don Quijote and Starbucks.

This app is designed specifically for tourists from overseas, and runs on both Android and iOS devices, allowing users to enjoy Wi-Fi connections with no limits on data usage, and at no cost. The app, available in multiple languages including simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, and English, also automatically provides tourists with information on nearby shops and sight-seeing spots.

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