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Q: How often do you recharge your electricity card in Beijing?

I can't remember the last time I bought electricity at the bank. It must have been almost a year ago and I still have electricity in my house! I think I put something like 200 rmb on the card. How has it not run out already? Not that I'm complaining or anything!

9 years 38 weeks ago in  Housing - Beijing

 
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every month i put like 150 rmb....winter time, probably more, like 200+rmb

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9 years 37 weeks ago
 
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Take it and your cash to a local State Grid office. They will not accept credit cards.  They will also give you a date-stamped  receipt.

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