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By Martin Pfohl on Thursday, March 18, 2004 - 3:27 am:
A friend of mine has told me it is possible to buy a basic kind of keitai at places such as 7-11 or Lawson. I think it works like our Tracfone system and you buy a card for airtime.
Does anyone know more about this?
By Penny Poe on Thursday, March 18, 2004 - 9:20 am:
It's basically the same as a tracfone (I have
one in the U.S.). It's called a pre-paid cell
phone. I bought mine at the Vodaphone
shop because I wanted an English phone.
I think it was about 13,000 because I
opted for email and camera abilities. You
can buy a pre-paid card at a convenience
store and they last for two months. Cards
come in various increments.
By Martin Pfohl on Sunday, March 21, 2004 - 4:13 am:
Will US cellphones work in Japan? I have a Nokia 252, I was wondering if it can be used over there or will I have to buy one?