A China SIM Card, together with a , will allow you not only to have a local cell phone number for China but also to pay local rates - and without a contract. We offer free delivery in China. Worldwide Delivery is available. For your next trip to China, make sure to purchase a China SIM card.
Your China SIM Card will require a SIM-unlocked GSM 1800/900 or WCDMA compatible cell phone. If you have a locked compatible GSM or WCDMA phone, you can easily unlock it. To do so, visit guide.
If you are going to need a phone in Hong Kong as well, our may be a better option for you.
Period of Validity
Its period of validity is 180 days if you bought one airtime card above. Within the above validity period, if the SIM still has remaining credit with, its period of validity can be extended by further credit recharging. As long as you continue the recharging, your China SIM Card number will continue to be valid.
Customer Service can be contacted while in China.
Call our phone number 021-51097153 from your mobile phone or from any normal phone (landline) if you are in China. If you are in overseas, please call 86-21- 51097153.
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O'Bagy, where art thou?: Can a 26-year-old be a Syria 'expert'?
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