200 yuan Plan
Monthly fee: 200 yuan
Free traffic including: 5000 MB
Rate exceed free traffic: 1 yuan/MB
Roaming charges: none
Roaming (inside China mainland) use supported and no extra roaming charges.
500 yuan for 15GB CMNET and CMWAP traffic.
The first GPRS/EDGE data plan applied works at once.
Cancel, change or update GPRS/EDGE plan is NOT effective until next billing day.
To apply a new GPRS/EDGE plan with SMS, current GPRS/EDGE plan need not to be cancelled.
Standard Rates for Calling*
Incoming Calls ( inside Guangdong Province ): free
Roaming Incoming Calls ( outside Guangdong Province): 0.39 yuan/min
Local Outgoing Calls: 0.29 yuan/min (0:00-11:00), 0.49 yuan/min (11:00-24:00)
Domestic Long Distance Outgoing Calls: 0.29 yuan/min (0:00-11:00), 0.49 yuan/min (11:00-24:00)
Roaming Domestic Outgoing Calls ( inside Guangdong Province ): 0.49 yuan/min
Roaming Domestic Outgoing Calls ( outside Guangdong Province): 0.49 yuan/min
Long Distance Outgoing Calls to Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan: 12593 international service available
International Long Distance Outgoing Calls to other countries and regions: 12593 international service available
Domestic Text SMS: 0.15 yuan / message
International Text SMS: 1.00 yuan / message
*To make standard direct dial calls:
0 + area code + phone number or only phone number for local landlines
direct dial mobile phone number for other local cell phone
0 + area code + phone number for domestic long distance landlines
0 + mobile phone for domestic long distance mobile phone
12593 Preferential Express **
Local Outgoing Calls: 0.39 yuan/min
Domestic Long Distance Outgoing Calls: 0.39 yuan/min
International Long Distance outgoing Calls to USA ( including Alaska and Hawaii), Canada, Hong Kong, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, Australia, UK, France, Germany, Italy: 0.39 yuan/min
International Long Distance outgoing Calls to Macao, Vietnam, India, Russia, Kazakhstan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bengal, Brunei: 0.99 yuan/min
International Long Distance outgoing Calls to Philippines, Indonesia, Spain, Holand, Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, New Zealand, Ghana, Algeria, Israel, Tanzania, Colombia: 1.99 yuan/min
International Long Distance outgoing Calls to Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Yemen, Greece, Poland, Ukraine, South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, Brazil, Panama, Mexico, Venezuela: 2.99 yuan/min
International Long Distance outgoing Calls to countries and regions not list above: 7.99 yuan/min
** applicable to local use and also roaming use inside mainland China at same rates
** 0.99 yuan/min for Calls to special numbers Taiwan +8869, Japan +8170, +8180, +8190, Australia +614
** 1.99 yuan/min for Calls to special numbers UK +447, France +336, Germany +491, +4970, Italy +393
** Do not support to access these codes: 110、112、119、120、122、160、168、1258#、12520、1259#、13800100166、13800100309、 10086、16300、16388、16900、16901、172、179#、197、200、300、4008、600、700、800、 11818、11819 (#, any number, such as 179# includes any number headed with 179, e.g. 17900, 17908)
** Calling with access number 12593:
12593 + 0 + area code + phone number for local landlines
12593 + mobile phone number for other local cell phone
12593 + 0 + area code + phone number for domestic long distance landlines
12593 + mobile phone for domestic long distance mobile phone
12593 + 00 + country code + area code + phone number for international number
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Got a Samsung phone from a FOAFOAF that was apparently used in Asia - the numerical dial tones can be spoken in Mandarin Chinese and there's what looks like a Mandarin Chinese text editor built inside.
However, the SIM card's a T-Mobile, so I'm thinking this phone *was* used in North America.
I'd like to buy a prepaid SIM card for my own use, but I'm not sure about the things I should look for when I'm shopping around. I just know there are quite a few CL ads for PP SIM cards.
I'm not sure if my internaional phone would pose a problem in terms of compatibility with the North American wireless network
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