Nagoya Sim Cards
Asia Sim Card
Asia is a region full of history, culture and most importantly kind, friendly people. With 60% of the world’s population living in this region alone, you’ll be sure to make a few friends during your travels. From the futuristic vibe of Tokyo, Japan to the stunning tropical islands of Indonesia, Asia is a place full of secrets to discover and experiences to be had. With NZ residents being one of the regions most-dedicated visitors, many places are increasingly accommodating English-speaking tourists. With there never being a better time to visit Asia, you’ll want to buy a SIM card that’ll let you keep in touch with friends and family while you’re away.
SimCorner offer individual Travel SIMs for all major countries in Asia, such as the Japan Travel SIM and India Travel SIM card to name some of our most popular. if you’re planning a visit to the region check out more of our country specific SIMs below.
In addition, we currently have two Multi Country SIMs on offer: 10 days and 15 days. If you’re only planning to spend a week travelling across Asia, the 10 day Asia SIM Card will be the perfect option. For example, in Hong Kong your SIM card will act as a Hong Kong Travel SIM, letting you use your 6GB of data to send pictures to friends while you explore. If you decide to carry on to China or Indonesia your SIM will work as a Indonesia prepaid SIM card or a China prepaid SIM until your plan runs out.
If you plan on extending your trip to two weeks, we’ve also got you covered. Our 15 day Asia SIM Card is great for trips to multiple countries in Asia, from South Korea and Japan to Vietnam and Sri Lanka. If you’re planning to spend a few days travelling from Delhi to the Taj Mahal, our SIM Card will be perfect as a travel SIM card for India. If you head on to China for another week of well-deserved holiday, the SIM will automatically become a China prepaid SIM. You can rest easy in the knowledge that you won’t have to face expensive roaming charges as you explore the bustling streets of Shanghai or Beijing’s Forbidden City.