Maya is a great option for eSIM fans with a need for speed. Their data is lightning-fast, and offers reliable access to videos and streams on the go. Roaming to Japan’s KDDI network means you’ll be able to count on them, wherever you are.

Maya’s plans come with daily caps, ensuring you’re not locked out of your data for longer than a day. They vary based on your plan choice, starting at 2GB a day and going up to a comfy 5GB daily. Plans last for anywhere between 5 and 30 days, making them great for short to medium data-intensive travel. Expect to pay between ¥3,000 and ¥12,600 depending on how much data you want.

An added plus is the ease of ordering. The order procedure was simple, and we had our eSIM ready to go in seconds.

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Our tests

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Tested on

Test 1 (Setagaya): 50.8/9.72/491
Test 2 (Shibuya): 76.1/8.68/529
Test 3 (Shinjuku): 36.3/18.46/514
Average: 54.40/9.22/511.33