In the age of social media, the thought of going abroad without remaining connected with reliable internet access can be stressful for many travellers. Besides, there are so many things that you can do when you stay online abroad such as looking up at maps when you’re lost, enhance sightseeing with audio tours, buy advance tickets and have them sent right to your phone and most importantly, keep in touch with family and friends back home. Since we all know how insanely expensive roaming can be, Gaya Travel team members instead carry along a pocket Wi-Fi when we travel.

One good provider of pocket Wi-Fi is Visondata Malaysia that brings you Samurai Wi-Fi, covering a total of 108 countries and charges some of the lowest rates in the market. And if travellers were to go to Japan, Samurai Wi-Fi even gives them unlimited data on 4G LTE network. Furthermore, Samurai Wi-Fi is capable of simultaneously connecting up to five devices, thus small group travellers can bear the cost together, making it cheaper for each individual to remain connected.

Gaya Travel team also loves the fact that Samurai Wi-Fi comes in an easy-to-carry pocket size yet possesses long battery life that lasts up to 12 hours on the G2 model and nine hours on the 305ZTa model. Besides, if users rent the G2 (6000mAh Lithium battery) model, it can also serve as an external charger. Due to high demand, customers need to order not more than three months in advance to avoid disappointment. Visit for the rates.


Devices Specifications

·         Dimensions: 117 x 63.8 x 20.9 (mm)

·         Supported network standard: the WCDMA Band 1/2/5/8

·         the LTE-FDD Band 1/3/5/7/8/17/20

·         the LTE-the TDD Band 39/40 / 41

·         the GSM 850/900/1800 / 1900MHz



·         305ZTa: area for providing maximum downlink 187.5Mbps is sequentially provided in from some areas. Depending on the available area, maximum downlink 150Mbps, 112.5Mbps, 75Mbps, 37.5Mbps or with less

·         4G high-speed communication

·         Battery capacity 2,700mAh

·         Corresponding to the high-speed Wi-Fi communication standards “IEEE 802.11 ac (5GHz). The use of 5GHz band, does not interfere with other radio bands thus the customer can enjoy a stable data communication.







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