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Q: How much does it cost to get the big water containers in your home?

I was thinking of getting big water containers instead of boiling or buying bottles of water. Anyone know how much it costs? I hear you can have a company bring you a new container when you run out.

I'm in Beijing!

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In my University we get them free, but it cost me 20rmb deposit and 6rmb for the water when I bought one outside!

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6rmb along the yangtze

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In Shanghai ours are 10rmb/bottle I think and they deliver them whenever we call

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I'm in Beijing, a big cooler bottle is 19-23 kuai. Look in your local area, most stores provide the service.

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I always order the most expensive one which is Nongfu Shanquan and costs 19 rmb. I always give them a 1 rmb tip though because they are so tired and sweaty by the time they've reached my floor.

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