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Q: mobile internet china

i would like to use mobile internet on laptop, this is using usb stick with a sim card

which operatot to choose and what price?

is connection and speed in china ok?

 

7 years 32 weeks ago in  General  - Other cities

 
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seems no one on the fotum use mobile internet

went to china unicom shop they have a package 9 gb for 3 months in shanghai for 345 rmb but then need also usb stick for the connection 320  rmb

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Some of the things you wrote I couldn't understand at all. I've never used it the only thing I've used is skype and it''s ok! I might check it out but I doubt I would switch to mobile internet china I would rather use my cell.

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