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The only downside is that data rates are much higher this way (compared to buying a China only SIM), but at least you won’t need to purchase a VPN for your phone (computer users will still need a VPN! Another company that can ship you a China SIM card to your home before you leave, or to your hotel when you arrive, is Loyo Mobile.
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.
This is a huge advantage as some mobile shops in China will have difficulty selling you a normal SIM card if you aren’t a Chinese citizen or resident permit holder.
If you are thinking of staying in China for a long time (6 months) then you can consider signing up for a contract that will generally be cheaper in the long run.
For this you will need a bank card linked to your We Chat or some funds in your We Chat account (lucky money! You could also ask a Chinese friend to help you out with this, since any Wechat / Alipay account can be used to top up any phone number (just type it in and pay).