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Q: How to apply for an Internet account in BJ?

Hi folk from BJ! Smile

Does anyone how to apply for an Internet account in Beijing? Which company provides the best service? And how much does it cost (average cost)?

Thanks for all!

9 years 8 weeks ago in  Web & Technology - Beijing

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Internet provider services are also with the Cell phone providers.  In Beijing, as in the rest of China, the three major providers are China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom.  They have many different plans, and who is the best is hard to state because it is totally subjective for each customer.

You can get many different plans, fom a home phone line, to home phone line and Internet services, to those two plus a cell phone.

Within Internet, you can get different speeds, like 1 M, 2 M, 3 M and 4 M.

I have a plan that gives me a regular telephone at my apartment, a cell phone with almost 400 minutes of usage per month, plus 4 M Internet connection, and I pay 118 Rmb for all three per month on a year contract.  I have China Mobile, and I am satisfied with their service.  Not perfect, but not bad either.

Be aware, during evening hours, Internet in China is flooded with users, and it is slow.  ZEarly morning hours are the best ones to surf.

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