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If you are coming to China for travel, work, or living — and you are a self respecting citizen of our modern world — then you will need a China SIM card in order to stay connected to the web through your mobile phone and to make calls (or SMS text messages, but I don’t know anybody who still uses SMS now in the days of Facebook messenger, Whatsapp, LINE, We Chat, and Kakao Talk).
You will also probably want to get a VPN for China so you can connect to Facebook, Google, and Youtube.
Network: China Telecom uses a CDMA network which is incompatible with virtually all phones purchased outside China. It has 4G / HSPA that works with international mobile phones and the coverage is almost as good as the leader, China Mobile.
If you are thinking of purchasing a phone that only works in China (why you would do that, I have no idea), then I guess you could look at China Telecom. China Mobile has a weird 3G CDMA standard that works mostly with phones purchased in China.
From downloading apps in the App Store to messaging and keeping in touch via Face Time, you’ll get the hang of it in no time. And if you need to add a social event to your calendar, when you’re on the move, just ask Siri. They boast the smartest, most powerful chip ever seen in an i Phone. Check out the i Phone 7, with its fingerprint recognition.
Whatever you’re looking for in a phone, there’s an i Phone for you. And if you fancy a bigger screen to watch videos, play games and chat to your friends on, look no further than the i Phone 7 Plus.
If you want to look at other plans on China Unicom check out their service site 10010
Listen to your favourite tracks, check out your photos and open your apps wherever you are - with i Cloud, whatever you need is at your fingertips. The i Phone X, also known as the i Phone 10, is available to buy now.
Just make sure that your phone is already unlocked, and you will have no trouble using a new SIM.
China mobile networks operates much in the same way, however there are a few wrinkles that you should be aware of — so here is a guide to help you figure out which SIM card to get when you come to China. Network: The 2nd largest mobile carrier in China, and is the only carrier that has 3G that will work with phones from outside China.
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As in most Asian countries that I have travelled to, it is usually a breeze to get a pre-paid SIM card.